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I don't think that you have put mesh tube casually.. There is a reason for this. Maybe you can explain to all.
« Last Edit: October 18, 2011, 10:31:37 am by tutanka »

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No I just tought about it.

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Can be that you had good intuition.. however you can use mesh tube as ground but need right gap from inner and outer tube.

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So now the question is what are the right gaps in between?
Should we place the ground mesh in the exact middle between the inner and outer tube or should it be closer to the inner insulation of the inner tube?
Attached i posted a picture with the mesh exactly in the middle between electrodes just for visual perpose.
Another thing we can notice is that we have less capacitance between the electrodes now because of the mesh area in the middle.
Something else to think about is that Steven Meyer used a 3 electrode setup  :o

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From outer to mesh tube 5mm of gap from mesh tube to inner 2mm of gap

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The mesh tube has a sense it is no coincidence that it is put inside.
The operational cycle of the device, illustrated in the diagram, consists of two stages.
Initially, a discharge is produced between mesh tube (3) and the
 dielectric (2) by a high voltage pulse applied to electrode (1).
 Electrons flow to the dielectric and charge it Negatively,
 thereby terminating the discharge. In this way, a temporary
 or virtual cathode is formed on the dielectric surface.
 During the second stage, the dielectric-covered electrode
 (1) is switched to ground potential and a new discharge will
 start. The electrons are now accelerated in the thin layer of
 the cathode fall region, thereby Gaining an energy linearly
 proportional to the applied voltage. The accelerated electrons
 are subsequently emitted from the DBD region via a perforated
 mesh tube.

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So you do need the ceramic dielectric?

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HI Fabio,
You can use all you want as dielectric.. personally I use quartz tube