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1. (WO2018199417) GLOW PLASMA REACTION APPARATUS FOR WATER TREATMENT AND OPERATING METHOD THEREOF

Pub. No.:    WO/2018/199417    International Application No.:    PCT/KR2017/013794
Publication Date: Fri Nov 02 00:59:59 CET 2018 International Filing Date: Thu Nov 30 00:59:59 CET 2017
IPC: C02F 1/48
H05H 1/46
Applicants: GANAPLATEC CO., LTD.
주식회사 가나플라텍
Inventors: HAN, Jo Ho
한주호
Title: GLOW PLASMA REACTION APPARATUS FOR WATER TREATMENT AND OPERATING METHOD THEREOF
Abstract:
The present invention relates to a glow plasma reaction apparatus for water treatment and an operating method thereof, the glow plasma reaction apparatus remarkably improving water treatment efficiency since a plasma reactor including a dielectric and an electrode is formed so as to continuously maintain performance and increase reactivity. The present invention comprises: a reaction tube having a predetermined length; a first electrode which is provided as a conduit at a predetermined interval from an inner wall of the reaction tube, has an opening formed at a part, into which water is introduced, includes a blocking wall formed to block a flow of water at an opposite side in a longitudinal direction thereof, and contains a plurality of water passage holes perforated around the conduit; a second electrode which is provided to correspond to the first electrode along an outer circumference of the reaction tube and formed of a porous conductive metal mesh; a cylindrical magnet which is separated from an end part of the second electrode in the longitudinal direction thereof and provided around the reaction tube; a reactor formed of a housing which is provided with an insulator, with a predetermined length, at the outside of the reaction tube; a water-jet pump for introducing water into the first electrode; and an air pump for increasing air bubbles of the water introduced into the first electrode inside the reaction tube, wherein the water is treated and discharged by a plasma reaction between the inner wall of the reaction tube and the outer wall of the first electrode.