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000000247 037__ $$aENY-ARTICLE-2008-193
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000000247 088__ $$aI07/2000/I-059
000000247 100__ $$aChrzan, K L$$uWroclaw University of Technology, Poland
000000247 245__ $$aDiagnostics of high voltage metal oxide arresters procedure errors
000000247 260__ $$c1999-04-03
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000000247 500__ $$aEleventh International Symposium on High-Voltage Engineering. ISH 99, [London, 22-27 August 1999]. Vol. 2 London : IEE, cop. 1999. s. 2., 385
000000247 520__ $$aA technique has been described which can determine ac resistive current directly or by obtaining the watt loss of the test specimen and dividing by the true rms (trms) value or the applied voltage. The procedure errors with standard voltage dividers and digital systems have been calculated. Special attention was paid to the voltage shift. A new method for the direct resistive current measurement was proposed. The effect of small amount of harmonics was shown.
000000247 6531_ $$aphase shift
000000247 6531_ $$adiagnostics
000000247 6531_ $$asurge arrester
000000247 700__ $$aKoehler, W$$uUniversity of Stuttgart, Germany
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