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Decay of space charge in a glassy epoxy resin following voltage removal
The PEA technique is used to measure the distribution of space charge in an epoxy resin after polarisation for one week at an applied field of 7.14 kV/mm over a range of temperatures. The decay ofExpand
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Charge transport modelling in electron-beam irradiated dielectrics: a model for polyethylene
This paper proposes a numerical model for describing charge accumulation in electron-beam irradiated low density polyethylene. The model is bipolar, and based on a previous model dedicated to spaceExpand
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The effects of high electric fields on an epoxy resin
The effects of high electric fields on an Epoxy resin Virginie Griseri The aim of this work was to determine some of the effects caused by the application of a high electric field on a filler-freeExpand
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Measurement of internal charge distribution in dielectrics using the pulsed electro-acoustic method in non contact mode
We introduce a pulsed electro acoustic (PEA) device enabling space charge measurement inside dielectric films without the need of sample to excitation unit contact. The new device -called open PEAExpand
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Pulsed electro-acoustic technique applied to in-situ measurement of charge distribution in electron-irradiated polymers
Dielectric materials are frequently used in satellite structures for substantial savings in weight. Their dielectric nature and the effect of different forms of radiation encountered in space combineExpand
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Photoluminescence, recombination induced luminescence and electroluminescence in epoxy resin.
The dielectric breakdown of epoxies is preceded by light emission, or so-called electroluminescence, from the solid state material. Very little is known about the luminescence properties of epoxies.Expand
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Effect of temperature on space charge formation in low density polyethylene - role of antioxidant
Our work was to study the influence of temperature from 20/spl deg/C to 80/spl deg/C on space charge formation on low-density polyethylene, with and without antioxidant. The pulsed electro-acousticExpand
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Space-Charge Detection and Behavior Analysis in Electron Irradiated Polymers
Charges accumulate on the spacecraft surface through various processes such as conduction, irradiation, ionization, and polarization. These charges can affect the space system operations via anExpand
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Space Charge Detection in Kapton® and PTFE Polymer Films by the Open Pulsed Electro-Acoustic Method
Kapton® and poly(tetrafluoroethylene) (PTFE) are insulating materials that are commonly used in a space environment, notably in applications for the thermal regulation of satellites. When theExpand
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Analysis of electron behaviour in polymeric films during electronic irradiation
Charges can appear on spacecraft surface via various processes including conduction, irradiation, ionisation and polarisation. The accumulation of charges can leads to the creation of an electricExpand
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