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September, 2021, Vol.30 No 5

The inside of the cement kiln causes erosion of the plasma torch due to the turbulence of a large amount of combustion air and the scattering of the raw material particles of the clinker at a high temperature of 1,500℃ or higher, which greatly affects the operation stability. Metal covers and preserve nozzles were applied to enable stable plasma operation for a long time even under weak environmental conditions.

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  • Plasma Bioscience and Medicines

  • A Study on Direct Current Arc Plasma Torch Design with Preserve Nozzle for Perfluorinated Compounds (PFCs) Decomposition in Cement Kiln

  • Experimental Study of Discharge with Flexible Electrodes at Intermediate Pressure for Radar Cross Section Reduction

  • Surface Modification of Steel Foils by Depositing Cr/Al or Al/Cr Thin Films: Effect of Rapid Heat Treatment

  • Effect of Reaction Time on Optical Properties of CsPbBr3 Perovskite Nanocrystals

  • Comparison of Ionic Liquid and Ion-Gel Top-Gate MoS2 Field-Effect Transistors

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