We report on experimental investigations of the structure of electric (ionic) wind in the wire-versus-plane electrode system with a constant interelectrode gap and variable wire-tilt angle relative to the plane. Characteristic wind-velocity distributions were determined using a laser Doppler anemometry technique. It is established that the position of the narrow central jet of the wind significantly changes depending on the tilt of the corona-forming electrode.
Elagin, I. A., Begal, D. I., Ashikhmin, I. A., & Stishkov, Y. K. (2017). Change in the Direction of Electric Wind from a Wire Electrode Tilted Relative to a Grounded Plane. Technical Physics Letters, 3(1), 53-55. https://doi.org/10.1134/S1063785017010187