An investigation of the potential of ethylene vinyl acetate/polyethylene blends for use in recyclable high voltage cable insulation systems

@article{Hosier2010AnIO,
  title={An investigation of the potential of ethylene vinyl acetate/polyethylene blends for use in recyclable high voltage cable insulation systems},
  author={Ian L. Hosier and Alun S. Vaughan and Steve G. Swingler},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={45},
  pages={2747-2759}
}
  • Ian L. Hosier, Alun S. Vaughan, Steve G. Swingler
  • Published 2010
  • Materials Science
  • Ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) co-polymers can potentially provide novel materials for inclusion into extruded high voltage cable systems, providing a degree of electrical conductivity whilst avoiding the dispersion problems associated with conventional particulate fillers or conducting polymers. Although a degree of conductivity can decrease the electrical breakdown performance, it can help to suppress the development of space charge and increase the tree initiation voltage leading to enhanced… CONTINUE READING

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