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000000056 037__ $$aENY-ARTICLE-2008-047
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000000056 088__ $$aRZ I07/04/I-001
000000056 100__ $$aZylka, P$$uWroclaw University of Technology, Poland
000000056 245__ $$aElectrochemical gas sensors can make DGA a portable screening procedure
000000056 260__ $$c2002-10-01
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000000056 500__ $$aMaterials - energy supply - society & environment. Proceedings of the Polish-Swedish Symposium. Eds: M. Rigdahl, S. M. Gubanski and R. W. Rychwalski. Goteborg, December 12, 2003. Goteborg: Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Chalmers University of Technology 2003 pp. 121-125.
000000056 520__ $$aDissolved Gas Analysis (DGA) in its classical chromatography-based laboratory approach has become a routine procedure for testing and assessment of power transformer condition. New measurement practice employing novel gas sensing devices can yet help in making DGA simpler and migrating it into the field.
000000056 6531_ $$aDGA
000000056 6531_ $$adissolved gas analysis
000000056 6531_ $$aPower transformer
000000056 6531_ $$adiagnostic
000000056 8560_ $$fzbigniew.leonowicz@pwr.wroc.pl
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