|Project Summary||Project Information|
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Current water treatment methods rely on filters, heat and/or ultraviolet light to destroy pathogens. This project’s aim is to develop a prototype pathogen elimination system that utilizes a spark-discharge, or non-thermal plasma streamers. The focus is on creating a proof of concept design. Eventually the product will be for personal use, possibly military, with use potential for larger scale systems in the future. We are proving the concept is viable for exploring these use potentials.
This design is to utilize existing automotive components for the corona generation. A method for biological analysis of water also must be determined.
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