Dielectric Strength and Thermal Conductivity of Mineral Oil based Nanofluids

@inproceedings{Hongxiao2015DielectricSA,
  title={Dielectric Strength and Thermal Conductivity of Mineral Oil based Nanofluids},
  author={Jin Hongxiao},
  year={2015}
}
In many applications of high voltage engineering, electrical and thermal stresses increase due to an ongoing decrease of product dimensions. In particular, the electrical industry is interested in applying nanofluids in transformers to be able to decrease transformer size and weight. The requirement for nanofluids is to enhance the electrical insulation as well as the thermal conductivity of transformer oil. The focus of this thesis is to investigate how to improve the dielectric strength and… CONTINUE READING

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