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A current-controlled driver for a dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) lamp is proposed in this paper as opposed to most of the published drivers which are voltage-controlled drivers. The design of this driver is intended to enhance the electrical-to-optical efficiency of the lamp and therefore enhance the overall efficiency of the system. The driver topology(More)
A XeCl dielectric barrier discharge under applied pulsed and sinusoidal voltage waveforms is simulated using a one dimensional drift diffusion model. In both waveforms, the light output depends not only on the gas mixture composition but also on the electrical parameters of the voltage waveform such as the frequency, the duty ratio…ctc. At the same(More)
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