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Title: Dynamic responses of biological liquid to high intensity and sub-microsecond pulsed electric fields
Authors: Chalise, Priya R.
Novac, Bucur M.
Smith, Ivor R.
Kong, Michael G.
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: © IEEE
Citation: CHALISE, P.R.....et al., 2006. Dynamic responses of biological liquid to high intensity and sub-microsecond pulsed electric fields. IN: 2006 IEEE International Power Modulator Conference (IPMC), May 14-18, Washington, DC, pp. 498 - 501
Abstract: In bacterial decontamination of liquid food, the use of a high-intensity sub-microsecond pulse electric field offers a number of advantages, including increased breakdown strength of the liquid medium being treated. We present a measurement of temporal response of a sub-microsecond voltage pulse to show both pre-breakdown and breakdown conditions of a bulk biological liquid to establish a parametric range in which electrical breakdown can be avoided. The paper reports sub-microsecond responses of current and voltage pulses, as well as dynamic impedance of the biological load, all of which are important in evaluating the performance of the pulsed electric technique in both cellular and bulk level
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Version: Published
DOI: 10.1109/MODSYM.2006.365293
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/5233
ISBN: 1424400198
ISSN: 1930-885X
Appears in Collections:Conference Papers and Contributions (Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering)

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