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     sir i need the full details about electricity from lightning  (plasma technology)

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    Please explain briefly about Plasma technology

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    @saipurushotham said:
     sir i need the full details about electricity from lightning  (plasma technology)

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    Plasma techonology is used in Gas tube arrester (GDT ….Gas Discharge Tubes) for lightning protectection of electric equipments in building structures. Up to 100kA 10/350µs test wave form.

    Such GDT are a Hi Tech ceramic tube filled with inert gas and hermetical soldered with electrodes at 950°C in a gas tight oven.

    Only few specialized companies in the world can do that for high performance . Like http://www.leutron.de

    The production process, gas mixture and gas pressure, as well as the electrode material is kept as a secret of the manufacrturer 

    For lightning plasma you should ask Lightning research scientists in University of Hobbart in Tasmania. They are leader in lightning research. Under “Gas discharge technology” and “Gas Plasma” you can find a lot of informations in Internet 

     

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    @kyawsoeaung said:
    Please explain briefly about Plasma technology

    Plasma technology is widely used in the industry like for welding, plasma hardening, plasma cutting (injection mold tools) . etc.

    Plasma can be made by laser, acts in a gas discharge tube (GDT). Plasma you have in a glowing lamp. etc

    The sun is gas plasma caused by atomic fusion.

    Plasma you have in a TOKAMAK (atomic fusion reactor), in the CERN collider, etc.

    So there are many technologies and forms of plasmas. To get and answer you should precise it more.

    I can answer only plasma at a gas discharge in a GDT…”Townsend Avalanche”…teached in Physics in a technical university       

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