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Published Article / I07/2007/I-045 ENY-ARTICLE-2008-192

Impact of environmental conditions in West Europe, Poland and Algeria on outdoor insulators performance and selection

Chrzan, K L (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland) ; Abdi, S E (Centre Universitaire Yahia Fares Medea, Algeria)


Abstract: This paper presents the data of environmental conditions in France, Germany, Poland and Algeria. The trends in industrial contamination were given, especially of dust, SO2, NOx, rainfall and acidity. The large improvement, especially decrease of dust deposit density in Europe, should be taken into account during selection of insulator according to IEC Publication 60815. On the other hand the natural contamination in Algeria (Sahara dust or see salt) is a dominating factor in this country, therefore no changes here are expected.

Keyword(s): environmental conditions ; outdoor insulator ; contamination ; dust ; salt ; SO2 ; NOx
Note: 15th International Symposium on High Voltage Engineering. ISH. Proceedings, Ljubljana, Slovenia, August 27th-31st, 2007 / Eds Maks Babuder, Janko Kosmac, Mladen Iglic. Ljubljana : Faculty of Electrical Engineering University of Ljubljana, Elektroinstitut Milan Vidmar, 2007

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