Fundamental investigation on the thermal transfer coefficient due to arc faults

@article{Zhang2006FundamentalIO,
  title={Fundamental investigation on the thermal transfer coefficient due to arc faults},
  author={Xiang Zhang and Georg Dr. Pietsch and Jiaosuo Zhang and Ernst Gockenbach},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={1038-1045}
}
In order to determine the pressure rise due to arc faults in electrical installations, the portion of energy heating the surrounding gas of fault arcs has to be known. The ratio of the portion of energy to the electric energy, the thermal transfer coefficient, well known in literature as kp factor, is adopted here. This paper presents a theoretical approach for the determination of the pressure rise in electrical installations. It is based on the fundamental hydro- and thermodynamic… CONTINUE READING

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