Generalised breakdown models and the integration method for predicting non-standard waveshape impulse strengths

@article{Darveniza1988GeneralisedBM,
  title={Generalised breakdown models and the integration method for predicting non-standard waveshape impulse strengths},
  author={M. Darveniza and A. E. Vlastos},
  journal={Proceedings., Second International Conference on Properties and Applications of Dielectric Materials},
  year={1988},
  pages={284-287 vol.1}
}
  • M. Darveniza, A.E. Vlastos
  • Published 1988
  • Engineering
  • Proceedings., Second International Conference on Properties and Applications of Dielectric Materials
  • A description is given of two generalized models of impulse breakdown, which provide a theoretical basis for the integration method. The first is a physical approach, in which the breakdown criterion is the critical size of the relevant physical process. The second is an energy approach, which proposes that breakdown follows when the energy delivered to an incipient and filamentary (prebreakdown) channel reaches a critical value. It is found that the two approaches give the integration method a… CONTINUE READING
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