A domain decomposition method for three species modeling of multielectrode negative corona discharge with applications to electrostatic precipitators
Journal article, 2015

The negative corona discharge problem for multi-electrode geometries is modeled by a three species model. The equations are solved using domain decomposition, by recognizing that multiple species are only present in a small part of the domain, and hence only need to be incorporated locally in the model. The method is applied to an industrially relevant three wire electrostatic precipitator geometry. The calculated current density is in good agreement with experimental data. To further illustrate applications of the three species solution, it is used for coupled particle, fluid, and electrostatic simulations to analyze particle collection properties.

Three species model

Domain decomposition

Finite volume discretization

Electrostatic precipitator

Negative corona discharge

Secondary emission

Author

Benjamin Svedung Wettervik

Chalmers, Fundamental Physics

Tomas Johnson

Stefan Jakobsson

Fredrik Edelvik

Chalmers, Product and Production Development

Journal of Electrostatics

0304-3886 (ISSN)

Vol. 77 139-146

Areas of Advance

Production

Subject Categories

Computational Mathematics

Other Physics Topics

Other Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Information Engineering

DOI

10.1016/j.elstat.2015.08.004

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10/8/2017