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graduate at Engenharia Eletrônica from Universidade do Vale do Paraíba (1987), master's at Physic from Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (1989) and ph.d. at Doctorat En Science from Universite de Paris XI (Paris-Sud) (1994). He is currently full professor at Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica and full professor at Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica. Has experience in Physic, focusing on Plasma Physics and Electrical Discharges, acting on the following subjects: emission spectroscopy, nitrogen discharges, laser induced fluorescence, hydrogen discharges and espectroscopia de emissao. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The principal aim of this project is to characterize the non-equilibrium atmospheric pressure cold plasma created by a dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) reactor intended for biomaterial surface modification, especially for sugarcane treatment and conversion to bioethanol. A DBD cold plasma reactor, especially designed for the sugarcane treatment, will be electrically supplied by a sinu...
In this project we propose the implementation of a new method for selective treatment of lignocellulosic material based on atmospheric-pressure plasmas, which may become an important step towards the industrial production of second generation ethanol from sugarcane. The experiments in laboratory scale and the development of the equipment to produce the plasmas will be carried out at Ins...
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This master degree project aims to characterize micro jets RF plasma of different energies and mixtures of gases. The micro jets will be generated by using a radio-frequency generator with powers ranging from 5 W to 50 W. The gases mixtures that will be used are argon-hydrogen, argon-water and argon-ethanol. A study about the plasma properties will be done from spectroscopic tools due ...
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