2010 Annual Meeting
of the ESA


June, x-y, 2010

University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Proceedings of the 2013 ESA Annual Meeting on Electrostatics
June 11-13, 2013
Cocoa Beach, FL


General Chair: Charles Buhler, CRB High Field
Technical Chair: David Go, University of Notre Dame


A. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects I

A1. Poupak Mehrani, Overview of Electrostatic Charging in Gas-Solid Fluidized Beds

A2. Gabriela Buda, Adrian Samuila, Mihai Bilici, Atroune Salah, Lucian Dascalescu, Premises for Statistic Control of a Tribocharging Process for Granular Materials

A3. Teerarat Likitwattanasade, Sheryl Barringer, Separation of Powder Mixtures during Nonelectrostatic and Electrostatic Coating

A4. Jue Wang, Martin de Wit, Erik Smits, Maarten Schutyser, Remko Boom, Tribo-Electric Charging for Dry Separation of Food Ingredients Using Electrostatic Driving Forces

 

B. Materials Synthesis Processing and Behavior

B1. Tahir A. Jeddy, Chitral J. Angammana, Shesha H. Jayaram, Use of Needleless Electrospinning to Disperse Nanosilica in Silicone Rubber

B2. Souvik Ghosh, R. Yang, P.X.L. Feng, C.A. Zorman, R.M. Sankaran, Reactions between Plasma Discharges and Polymer Films Containing Metal Precursors

B3. Adrian Ieta, Marius Chirita, Justin D’Antonio, Mihaela Luminita Kiss, Magnetic Materials by Concurrent Electrospraying and Electrospinning

B4. Thomas S. Varley, Katherine Holt, Searching for Cryptoelectrons – Electron Transfer Reactions on Insulating Materials

B5. Daniel Erickson, Jeremy Stark, Fang Hao, Steven Jung, Mark Horenstein, Malay Mazumder, Fabrication of Transparent Electrodynamic Screens by Screen Printing

 

C. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics I

C1. Kathika Liyanaarchchi, Peter M. Ireland, Grant Webber, Kevin P. Galvin, Electrostatic Formation of 'Liquid Marbles'

C2. Osameh Ghazian, Kazimierz Adamiak, G. S. Peter Castle, Resonance and Coalescence of Sessile Droplets in a Rotating Electric Field

C3. Matthew Salazar, Koiyro Minakata, Michael Reznikov, Electrospray as an Enforcement of Steam Condensation

C4. Atsushi Katatani, Hiroshi Hosono, Hikaru Murata, Hiroshi Yahata, Akira Mizuno, Electrostatic Precipitator Utilizing Gradient-force

C5. Igor Krichtafovitch, Tsrong Yi-Wen, Alexander Mamishev, Design of an Electronic Air Cleaner with Porous Collecting Electrodes

 

D. Biological and Medical Applications

D1. Mounir Laroussi, Plasma – Cell Interaction: Review and Update

D2. WeiDong Zhu, Peng Sun, Haiyan Wu, Na Bai, Haixia Zhou, Ruixue Wang, Hongqing Feng, Jue Zhang, Jing Fang, Interaction of an Atmospheric Pressure Non-thermal Plasma Microjet with Water and Water Borne Bacteria

D3. Erika A. Estrada, William Sarraf, Brandon, Christopher Carrillo, Jacqueline Deeb, Leah Zajicek, Winny Dong, Keith M. Forward, Anti-bacterial Effectiveness of Casted Films and Electrospun Mats Containing Magnesium Oxide Particles

D4. Masahiro Watanabe, Norimitsu Ichikawa, Tetsuo Sakamoto, Determination in Operation by the Frequency Analyzing Induced Voltage Generated by the Movement of the Charged Human Body

 

E. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects II

E1. Bilge Baytekin, H. Tarik Baytekin, Bartosz A. Grzybowski, Chemistry of Contact Charging and Contact Charging in Chemistry

E2. Charles Buhler, Sid Clements, New Observations on the Bipolar Nature of Charge Segregation in Triboelectrically Charged Granular Materials

E3. Martin W. Korevaar, J.T.Padding, M.A.Van der Hoef, J.A.M. Kuipers, Modeling of Tribo-Electrification of a Pneumatically Conveyed Powder in a Squared Duct using DEM-CFD

E4. Di Song, Poupak Mehrani, Study of Electrostatic Charging in Gas-Solid Fluidized Bed Polyethylene Reactors

E5. Ayako Murakami, Tatsushi Matsuyama, Junichi Ida, Hideo Yamamoto, Measurement of Accumulation Process of Electrostatic Charge on Single Particle Due to Cascade Impacts onto Metal Wall

 

F. Gas Discharges and Microplasmas

F1. Bruce R. Locke, Electrical Discharge Reactors with Aqueous and Organic Liquids

F2. Paul Rumbach, Megan Witzke, R. Mohan Sankaran, David B. Go, Plasma-Liquid Interactions: Isolating Electrolytic Reactions from Plasma/Gas Phase Reactions

F3. Yoshiyasu Ehara, M. Kobayashi, H. Muramatsu, A. Zukeran, H. Kawakami, T. Inui, Diesel PM Incineration for Marine Emissions Using Dielectric Barrier Discharge Type Electrostatic Precipitator

 

G. Special Session on Electrostatic Developments at NASA

G1. Carlos I. Calle, P.J. Mackey, M.D. Hogue, M.R. Johansen, H. Yim, P.B. Delaune, J.S. Clements, Space Environment Testing of the Electrodynamic Dust Shield Technology

G2. Michael R. Johansen, P.J. Mackey, E.Holbert, J.S. Clements, C.I. Calle, Characterizing the Performance of the Wheel Electrostatic Spectrometer

 

H. Measurements, Instrumentation, Safety, & Hazards

H1. Hartmut Berndt, ESD Requirements on the Packaging of Electronic Components Outside of an EPA – Measurements

H2. Larry Levit, A Study of the Static Discharging Power of a Decaying Alpha Source

H3. Norimitsu Ichikawa, Isaku Yamakawa, Validity of Measurement and Calculation on Electrostatically Induced Voltage of Ungrounded Metal Box Generated by Moving Charged Body

H4. Misa N. Vo, Maciej A. Noras, Energy Harvesting from Electromagnetic Field Surrounding A Current Carrying Conductor

H5. Albert E. Seaver, Brian P. Seaver, Voltage Induced Across a Conductor In a Thermal Gradient

 

I. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects III

I1. Tatsushi Matsuyama, Impact Charging of Single Particles

I2. H. Tarik Baytekin, Bilge Baytekin, Bartosz A. Grzybowski, Seeing is Believing: Scanning Probe Microscopy of Electrification

I3. Mihai A. Bilici, R. Mohan Sankaran, Daniel J. Lacks, Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects

I4. Thiago A. L. Burgo, Fernando Galembeck, Friction Coefficient Dependence on Electrostatic Surface Charging

 

J. Breakdown Phenomena and Discharges

J1. Mohammadreza R. Ghazanchaei, K. Adamiak, G. P. Castle, Quasi-stationary numerical model of the dielectric barrier discharge

J2. Miloud Kachi, Lucian Dascalescu, Corona Discharge from Wire Electrodes as Affected by the Proximity of Metallic Objects at Fixed or Floating Potential

J3. Rakshit Tirumala, David B. Go, Corona Discharge Simulations in Asymmetric Electric Fields

J4. Alexander Eifert, T. Baier, S. Hardt, Small Onset Voltages in Corona Discharges at the Edges of Gold and Aluminum Foils

J5. Shota Yuyama, Norimitsu Ichikawa, Tetsuo Sakamoto, Comparison of Short Circuit Current by Difference of Gap Length between Electrical Outlet and Tracking Resistance Plug

 

K. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics II

K1. Adrian Ieta, Ryan Ellis, Danielle Citro, Marius Chirita, Justin D’Antonio, Characterization of Corona Wind in a Modular Electrode Configuration

K2. Jeremy Stark, Daniel Erickson, Fang Hao, Steve Jung, Daniel Neumann, Mark Horenstein, Malay Mazumder, Development of Self-Cleaning Solar Mirrors Utilizing Transparent Electrodynamic Screens

K3. Janusz Podlinski, A. Berendt, J. Mizeraczyk, EHD Devices with Parallel and in Series Spiked Electrodes for Air Pumping and Cleaning

K4. Akinori Zukeran, Kazuya Ninomiya, Yoshiyasu Ehara, Koji Yasumoto, Hitomi Kawakami, Takashi Inui, SOx and PM Removal using Electrostatic Precipitator with Heat Exchanger for Marine Diesel

K5. Steve Trigwell, Charles Buhler, Alex Biris, Latest Developments of the Electrodynamic Dust Shield