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The increasing process of the surface temperature undergoes three near linear phases. At the first instance of plasma formation, the temperature increasing rate can reach 24 ◦C/s at Vp−p = 15 kV. The surface temperature of the actuator is determined by the plasma rotational temperature. For the plasma deicing test, the ice layer of 5 mm thickness was completely deleted from the surface of the cylinder model after plasma actuating on about 150 s. For the plasma anti-icing test, there no ice accretion on the surface of the cylinder model once the plasma is activated and after 180 s duration of the plasma actuation. The minimum active power consumption of unit area for anti-icing test is about 13 kW/m2. It shows that the plasma actuation has a good anti-icing performance with relative low power consumption.
The introduced plasma icing control approach thus appears highly promising and will be further inves- tigated. For instance, the future work will investigate the mechanism for plasma de- and anti-icing. The optimization of plasma actuator distribution and the control mode will be studied. Furthermore, the cur- rent study will also be extended to include airfoil and nacelle geometries to examine the de- and anti-icing performance for realistic configurations.
Acknowledgements
This work is supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (51107101), the NPU Foundation for Fundamental Research (310201401JCQ01003), and the Nation Key Laboratory Research Foundation of China (9140C420301110C42).
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