As it is well known, the non-thermal plasma discharge is an effective way to clean the flue and exhaust gases of hazardous pollutants, like sulphur-oxides, nitrogen-oxides. The decomposition ratio of these substances depends on the gas composition, concentration, energy distribution of fast electrons, and other parameters. For a detailed analysis of the phenomena, the first step is the mathematical description of corona pulses which determines the electric field. The second step is the determination of the electric field distribution inside the reaction chamber.In this paper the authors give an easy model for the pulsed corona current and a simplified model for the electric field by using the corona current and the displacement current pulse shapes. The result of the model is the space and time dependent field distribution, which is suitable for calculating the rate coefficients of chemical reactions.
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