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Published Article / ISBN 978-0-620-44584-9 ENY-ARTICLE-2009-281

Inclined plane test, influence of transformer power

Chrzan, K L (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland)

2009-08-10

Abstract: The inclined plane method is one of a few other tests that prove the material resistance to erosion and tracking caused by surface discharges. In this paper the review of inclined plane tests and the influence of additional factors were shown. A simple method for evaluating the voltage source rigidity was proposed.

Keyword(s): erosion ; tracking ; surface discharge
Note: Proceedings of the 16th International Symposium on High Voltage Engineering, Copyright (c) 2009 SAIEE, Innes House, Johannesburg


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