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|Electromagnetic wave generator and bit generator using oscillation of charged particles|
An electromagnetic wave generator includes first and second electrodes facing each other and spaced apart from each other; a chargeable particle disposed between the first and second electrodes; a voltage source which applies a voltage between the first and second electrodes; and an antenna electrically connected to one of the first and second electrodes and which radiates an electromagnetic wave due to induced current oscillation based on the applied voltage.. .
|Plasma generation device and internal combustion engine|
In a plasma generation device that generates electromagnetic wave plasma by emitting electromagnetic waves in a target space, the electromagnetic wave plasma is generated in a plurality of locations with a simple configuration and relatively low electromagnetic wave energy. The plasma generation device is provided with an antenna that emits electromagnetic waves supplied from an electromagnetic wave generator in the target space, a discharger that forcibly discharges free electrons from gas molecules in the target space, and an electric field concentration member that concentrates electric field of the electromagnetic wave emitted from the antenna.
|Fluid management apparatus and method|
A fluid management apparatus and method, the apparatus including: a fluid conduit for the passage of a dispersion containing particulate matter; a laser arranged to provide laser light inside the fluid conduit; wherein, in use, the laser light heats the particulate matter sufficiently to generate incandescence; one or more sensors for detecting the incandescence of the particulate matter so as to determine a characteristic of the dispersion; and an electromagnetic wave generator operable to provide electromagnetic waves inside the fluid conduit at a position downstream of the laser light so as to vaporise at least a portion of the dispersion.. .
|Microwave based systems and methods for obtaining carbonaceous compounds from polypropylene-containing products|
Microwave based systems and methods are provided for obtaining carbonaceous compounds from polypropylene-containing products. In one example, embodiment, a method is provided for recovering at least one organic decomposition product from a polypropylene-containing product, the method comprising: placing the polypropylene-containing product in a reduction zone of a material recovery system; flowing an inert gas through the reduction zone from a reduction inlet to a reduction outlet to purge the reduction zone and maintain a positive pressure therein; applying electromagnetic wave energy from an electromagnetic wave generator to the reduction zone via a bifurcated waveguide assembly, while maintaining the polypropylene-containing product in a stationary position for at least a portion of the applying, to yield at least one gaseous organic decomposition product; and exhausting the at least one gaseous organic decomposition product from the reduction zone along with the inert gas through the reduction outlet..
|Recycling and material recovery system and method associated therewith|
A method of recovering an organic decomposition product from an organic source may include: a) causing an inert gas to flow through the reduction zone from a reduction inlet to a reduction outlet in such a way that pressure in the reduction zone is maintained above ambient pressure of a local environment for the material recovery system and b) applying electromagnetic wave energy to the organic source in the reduction zone via a bifurcated waveguide assembly in the substantial absence of oxygen to produce at least one gaseous organic decomposition product in the reduction zone that is exhausted from the reduction zone along with the inert gas through the reduction outlet. A material recovery system may include a housing with an inert gas inlet, a reduction zone, and a reduction outlet, an inert gas supply, an electromagnetic wave generator, a bifurcated waveguide assembly, and a controller..
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