Ultrasonic Plasma Resonator
The Ultrasonic Plasma Resonator System is designed to treat the liquid waste stream from a pig farm by combining gases, such as oxygen and ozone, with mechanical cavitation in the presence of a vacuum and the projection of ultrasonic energy at certain frequencies within a certain geometrically shaped vessel, resulting in high pressure and temperature treatment of the liquid wastes. This high pressure, high temperature treatment should decompose waste more quickly than other methods and require less space.
A pilot system is being assembled in Germany and is scheduled to be constructed at North Carolina State University's Lake Wheeler Road Field Laboratory sometime between July and September 2004. More information about the system is available at http://www.ultra-sonic-systems.de