Electrical Engineering Wroclaw University of Technology

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1. The threat caused by fires under high voltage lines / Chrzan, K L ; Wroblewski, Z. [ENY-ARTICLE-2013-347]
The effect of fires on the flashover voltage of power lines has been investigated in Brazil, Mexico, Canada, USA, South Africa, Australia and Poland. [...]
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2. LONG-TERM STUDY OF CHANGES OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF TRANSFORMER OILS / Jaroszewski, M ; Pietruszewicz, M [ENY-ARTICLE-2012-329]
The average age of transformers in service is increasing and approaching the end of design life. [...]
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3. Inefficacy of radioactive terminals and early streamer emission terminals / Chrzan, K L ; Hartono, Z A [I07/2003/I-035] [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-211]
The paper reviews about research of radioactive lightning rods carried out 30 years ago and about new measurements of early streamer emission terminals. [...]
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4. The effect of a metallic particle near a spacer on flashover phenomena in SF6. / Mazurek, B ; Cross, J D ; Heeswijk van, R G [I07/1992/P-451] [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-072]
This paper presents a study of the flashover mechanism initiated by metallic particles in SF6 gas. [...]
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5. Electrochemical gas sensors can supplement chromatography-based DGA / Zylka, P [I07/04/I-035DOI 10.1007/s00202-004-0230-x] [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-048]
Shortening a time gap between oil sampling and its analysis as well as a rapid and correct interpretation of dissolved gas analysis (DGA) results are crucial for effective screening of faulty transformers in predictive-oriented equipment maintenance. [...]
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6. Effect of area on surface flashover voltage in vacuum / Cross, J D ; Mazurek, B [ISSN: 0018-9367INSPEC:3152462DOI: 10.1109/14.2330] [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-041]
It is known that the breakdown voltage in a vacuum insulation system drops with an increase in linear dimension of electrodes and with an increase in the number of insulating spacers bridging the gap. [...]
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