Investigation of the dielectric recovery in synthetic air in a high voltage circuit breaker

@inproceedings{Seeger2005InvestigationOT,
  title={Investigation of the dielectric recovery in synthetic air in a high voltage circuit breaker},
  author={Martin L. Seeger and George Naidis and Alexander Steffens and Henrik Nordborg and Myriam Claessens},
  year={2005}
}
The dielectric recovery of an axially blown arc in an experimental set-up based on a conventional HV circuit breaker was investigated both experimentally and theoretically. As a quenching gas, synthetic air was used. The investigated time range was from 10 µs to 10 ms after current zero (CZ). A fast rise in the dielectric strength during the first 100 µs, followed by a plateau and further rise later was observed. The dependences on the breaking current and pressure were determined. The measured… CONTINUE READING

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