Experimental investigation of the dielectric and cooling performance of colloidal suspensions in insulating media

@inproceedings{Chiesa2009ExperimentalIO,
  title={Experimental investigation of the dielectric and cooling performance of colloidal suspensions in insulating media},
  author={Matteo Chiesa and Sarit Kumar Das},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract A new class of colloidal dielectric fluids was formulated with the objective of enhancing the dielectric and cooling performance of the constitutive base fluids a mineral and a synthetic oil for application in electro thermal environment. Colloidal particles with different dielectric properties were suspended by means of surfactants and sonication. Dielectric strength and thermal conductivity measurements were carried out for a number of different colloidal systems with varying… CONTINUE READING

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