Electronic/fluidic interface switch

Electronic/fluidic interface switch

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An electronic/fluidic switch operating on the corona discharge principle has been successfully tested. An electrical signal of 3kV passing a current of 0.1A was found sufficient to switch a turbulence amplifier from the fully on to the fully off mode.


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