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Minimum Flashover Voltage of Iced Insulators
  • L. Phan, H. Matsuo
  • Chemistry
  • IEEE Transactions on Electrical Insulation
  • 1 December 1983
Experimental studies were performed in a 4.8×2.8×3.5 m3 cold room with a HV transformer of 124 kVA, 120 kV. Atmospheric ice was accreted on a vertical string of three types of insulators: a classicExpand
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Output power measurement of photonic millimetre-wave and sub-millimetre-wave emitter at 100-800 GHz
A photonic millimetre-wave and sub-millimetre-wave emitter (PME) that uses a log-periodic antenna and a uni-travelling carrier photodiode has been fabricated and tested. The output power and spectraExpand
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Propagation velocity and photoemission intensity of a local discharge on an electrolytic surface
An electrolytic solution surface was used to simulate the surface of wet polluted insulators. A local discharge propagates on the solution surface when an impulse voltage is applied to the surface.Expand
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Shape of contacting surface between an electrolytic solution and local discharge on it
To develop a propagation model of a local discharge on a wet polluted insulator, the authors have examined the propagation characteristics and the propagation conditions of the local discharge on anExpand
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Electrode-fall of local discharge on an electrolytic surface
Presents experimental results on the electrode-fall of local discharge on electrolytic surfaces, which simulate the surfaces of wet polluted insulators. A rod-plane electrode system with theExpand
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Photonic millimetre-wave emission at 300 GHz using an antenna-integrated uni-travelling-carrier photodiode
A photonic millimetre/sub-millimetre wave emitter integrating a uni-travelling-carrier photodiode and a planar log-periodic antenna was fabricated. The device exhibits a record maximum output powerExpand
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Relation between leakage impedance and equivalent salt deposit density on an insulator under a saltwater spray
The degree of pollution of an insulator polluted rapidly under a saltwater spray is observed by measurement of the leakage current, which flows between electrodes fixed on the surface of theExpand
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Electrical contact between a local discharge on an electrolytic solution and the solution surface [wet polluted insulators]
An electrolytic solution surface was used to simulate the surface of wet polluted insulators. A local discharge propagates on the solution surface when a voltage is applied to the surface. TheExpand
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The characteristics of the surface discharge on the covered conductor for distribution systems
In relation to the prevention of outages due to the contact of animals, plants, etc. in distribution systems, the authors studied on the characteristics of the surface discharge on the coveredExpand
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