Author(s) Title Program number
T. Lapushkina, A. Erofeev, S. Poniaev Plasma Control of Supersonic Body Streamline P3.11.1
T. Lapushkina, A. Erofeev, S. Poniaev Local MHD Influence on Shock Waves Position P3.11.2
M. Erofeev, V. Skakun, D. Schitz, V. Tarasenko Optical characteristics of atmospheric pressure dielectric barrier discharge plasma in Ar flow P3.11.3
M. D. Bowden, D. C. Barthaud, J. Kowal Application of microplasmas for satellite propulsion P3.11.4
S. Reuter, J. Winter, A. Schmidt-Bleker, H. Tresp, M. U. Hammer, K.-D. Weltmann Controlling the Ambient Air Affected Reactive Species Composition in the Effluent of an Argon Plasma Jet P3.11.5
F. Sigeneger, J. Schäfer, R. Foest, K.-D. Weltmann, D. Loffhagen Study on the formation of thin films using an rf non-thermal plasma jet at atmospheric pressure P3.11.6
Å. Fredriksen, N. Gulbrandsen, W. Miloch, A. Hansen, E. Scime Plasma flows in expanding magnetic field: simulations, probe and Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF) measurements P3.11.7
E. Stamate and M. Salewski NOx reduction by ozone injection and direct plasma treatment  P3.11.8
Arnaud Bultel, Julien Annaloro, Vincent Morel, Pierre Omaly Relaxation of excited states calculated with CoRaM-Air, the CORIA's Collisional-Radiative model for air P3.11.9
I. Prysiazhnevych, V. Chernyak, V. Yukhymenko Influence of the discharge current and gas flow rate on the non-equilibrium level of plasma of the transverse arc in air at atmospheric pressure P3.11.10
Julien Annaloro, Arnaud Bultel and Pierre Omaly State-to-state modeling of a nitrogen plasma applied to the atmospheric entry problems P3.11.11
Julien Annaloro, Arnaud Bulte, Pierre Omaly State-to-state modeling of a nitrogen plasma applied to the atmospheric entry problems HT5