Method of controlling the growth and formation of a system of parallel sliding spark channels in air at atmospheric pressure
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A method of controlling the growth process of a sliding spark along the surface of a film dielectric by introducing emission centers from chemical compounds with a low electron work function into the surface is presented. It is shown that it is possible, by using this method, to produce a spark channel with sharp corners, such as a Z-shaped channel, and an ordered system of parallel channels, as well as a strictly rectilinear channel up to 2 m long. It is established that the rate of growth of the sliding spark is nonuniform. The mean rate is heavily dependent on the overvoltage, which is related to a reduction in the pauses in its growth.
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