3D particle simulations of positive air–methane streamers for combustion

@article{Bouwman20223DPS,
  title={3D particle simulations of positive air–methane streamers for combustion},
  author={Dennis Bouwman and Jannis Teunissen and Ute Ebert},
  journal={Plasma Sources Science and Technology},
  year={2022},
  volume={31}
}
Streamer discharges can be used as a primary source of reactive species for plasma-assisted combustion. In this research we investigate positive streamers in a stoichiometric air–methane mixture at 1 bar and 300 K with a three-dimensional particle-in-cell model for the electrons. We first discuss suitable electron scattering cross sections and an extension of the photoionization mechanism to air–methane mixtures. We discuss that the addition of 9.5% methane leaves electron transport and… 

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