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000000101 100__ $$aMazurek, B
000000101 245__ $$aElectric insulation for energy-saving equipment
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000000101 500__ $$aProceedings of the 6th International Conference on Properties and Applications of Dielectric Materials, Xi'an, China, June 21-26, 2000. Vol. 2. Piscataway, NJ : IEEE, 2000. pp. 607-610
000000101 520__ $$aEquipment is labelled as energy-saving if it requires less energy during its manufacture and operation. A reduction in energy consumption in the manufacture of large electrical machines and equipment can be obtained by reducing their dimensions with their power preserved. To achieve this, new insulating materials characterized by high thermal conductivity must be used to increase the capacity to carry away the heat generated in the windings. This paper presents a technique of obtaining insulating composites with increased thermal conductivity, results of tests on composites and the use of these materials in highpower electric machines and for the production ofHV insulators with increased resistance to surface discharges.
000000101 6531_ $$aenergy saving
000000101 6531_ $$aequipment
000000101 6531_ $$athermal conductivity
000000101 700__ $$aMoron, L
000000101 700__ $$aZych, B
000000101 8560_ $$fzbigniew.leonowicz@pwr.wroc.pl
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