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pulse power applications pulse technology easily affect biocells . alot of experiments are needed to find out the field intensity needed to effect the cells,we can design such a network of nanosecond pulse and kv ranges which can destroy a harmful cell only and may break bactria cells membrane the followings are some applications of pulses:

Shock waves: Kidney stone disintegration (20-70kV/10kA/10µs) Material recycling, mining, rock fractioning (30kV/500kA/200 µs) Pulsed fields: Cancer therapy (linacs: 20/5/0.5), magneto-forming (30/100/10), accelerators/long range radars (20/20/10) Pulsed laser applications: Ophthalmology/skin cancer therapy (20/5/1), industrial ( machining, micro machining): 30/15/1 Environmental: sterilization (tools/medical waste/food/organic waste), flue gas treatment/waste destruction: 30-50/30/0.5 Plasma processing: surface treatment/curing: 30/5/10 Electro thermal processing: nano-powder fabrication (30/100/10), electro-thermal guns (30/500/1000)

some times we need negative pulses of high amplitudes(1 to 6 kv) these can be easily obtained by using low resistance capacitive discharge circuits

shailendra singh india shailendra_singh_gdt@yahoomail.com