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Volume 53, 20182018 3rd International Conference on Advances in Energy and Environment Research (ICAEER 2018)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Environmental Protection, Pollution and Treatment|
|Published online||14 September 2018|
Wind Driving Triboluminescence Technology: A Physical Agriculture Method of Pest Insects Control without Pesticides†
Department of Mechatronics, College of Engineering, China Agricultural University, 100083 Tsinghua Dong Road, Beijing, China
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of triboluminescence materials have the property of shortwave light emission, which is possible to make them being used as the light resource of pest-insects phototaxis trapping. The inorganic composite phosphors Sr2MgSi2O7:Ce and organic composite phosphor Mn-PMBB are tested to have the violet-blue spectrum and green spectrum glowing respectively; Their vertical axis wind driving triboluminescence unit is designed and fabricated on the basis of squirrel cage structure friction pair with multi-glass bars against on the cylindrical phosphor. The persistant wind driving tribo-luminescence is obtained in the experiment of wind driving triboluminescence unit. Further the triboplasma of N2 and N2- Ar gases closed in the quartz tube is researched by means of PTFE elctret on quartz tube friction pair, and a high intensity triboplasma light emission with more than 50000 counts is obtained in the span of 310-420nm spectrum that supplies a more suitable shortwave spectrum of phototaxis trapping pest insects. The annular quartz glass tube is designed to constitute PTFE against on quartz friction pair; The triboplasma emission device is fabricated utilizing three stacking layer structure of PTFE-anuular quartz tube friction pairs, and the S-type vertical shaft wind tuebine is used to form the wind driving triboplasma emission unit. The violet-blue emission spectrum of N2-Ar gas troboplasma is obtained in the test of vertical wind driving triboplasma unit.
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