Pulsed Plasma is a shower of cold mini-lightning. It can be produced in the air on a table, in a room, or in water or in a reactor.
This kind of plasma is an efficient source of active molecules, that in turn, can cause various chemical reactions. This is the basis for the application area of plasma-chemical processing. In other application areas the plasma forms powerful mini-lightning flashes that induce rock fracture, deformation or strong shock waves.
On the website you will find a overview of examples in this area of pulsed plasma technology and in the underlying disciplines of pulsed high-voltage technology, pulsed power and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). You can also find examples of applications.