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000000396 037__ $$aENY-ARTICLE-2012-309
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000000396 100__ $$aChrzan, K L$$uWroclaw University of Technology
000000396 245__ $$aLeakage Current on Porcelain and Silicone Insulators Under Sea or Light Industrial Pollution
000000396 260__ $$c2012-04-17
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000000396 500__ $$aIEEE Trans. on Power Delivery, Vol. 26, No. 3, July 2011, pp. 2051-2052
000000396 520__ $$aAbstract—The leakage current on heavily polluted silicone rubber insulators is usually smaller than on similarly polluted porcelain insulators. In this paper, results are presented that show that under light contamination, the currents on the two types of insulators can have similar values. Results are also presented from two different sites that show that under certain conditions the currents on silicone insulators can be higher than on porcelain. The phenomenon is explained, referring to the superior washability of the porcelain and moisture absorption of the pollution layer on the silicone rubber insulators during times of high humidity.
000000396 6531_ $$ahydrophobicity
000000396 6531_ $$ahygroscopic properties
000000396 6531_ $$apollution flashover
000000396 700__ $$aVosloo, W L$$uUniversity of Stellenbosch
000000396 700__ $$aHoltzhausen, J P$$uWroclaw University of Technology
000000396 8560_ $$fkrystian.chrzan@pwr.wroc.pl
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