Electrical Engineering Wroclaw University of Technology

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Thermische Eigenshaften von Fremdschichten / Chrzan, K L ; Koehler, W [ENY-ARTICLE-2012-317]
In the paper the conductive behavior of saturated and unsaturated electrolytic solutions as a function of temperature is discussed. [...]
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Hygroscopic properties of pollutants on silicone rubber surface / Chrzan, K L [I07/2007/I-042] [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-183]
Silicone rubber when contaminated by dust has the ability to transfer the hydrophobicity through pollutants. [...]
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Hygroscopic Properties of Pollutants on HV Insulators / Chrzan, K L ; Pohl, Z ; Kowalak, T [I07/1988/P-337] [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-212]
The mechanism of moisture absorption by an insulator surface contaminated with different salts was described. [...]
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Conductivity of Aqueous Dust Solutions / Chrzan, K L [I07/1985/P-253] [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-176]
This paper presents an analysis of the conductivity of aqueous solutions of dusts occurring in the atmosphere, stressing the effect on [overhead] high voltage insulation. [...]
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Domains of existence and physical properties of the 2201-and 2212-type structure phases on Bi203-SrO-CaO-CuO quaternary system / Horyn, R ; Ziaja, J ; Filatow, I ; Wolcyrz, M ; et al [I07/1990/P-398] [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-066]
The domains of existence of the 2201- and 2202-type structures in solid solutions of the Bi,O,SrO-CaO-CuO quaternary system are investigated from the powder x-ray diffraction, density and resistive transition measurements. [...]
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