Publication detail

INFLUENCE OF ELECTRICAL AGEING AND TEMPERATURE ON THE COURSE OF COMPLEX PERMITTIVITY OF THERMIKANIT

Rostislav Stráník, Martin Frk, Roman Kameník

Original Title

INFLUENCE OF ELECTRICAL AGEING AND TEMPERATURE ON THE COURSE OF COMPLEX PERMITTIVITY OF THERMIKANIT

English Title

INFLUENCE OF ELECTRICAL AGEING AND TEMPERATURE ON THE COURSE OF COMPLEX PERMITTIVITY OF THERMIKANIT

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Some applications (e.g. in nuclear power industry) make use of electrical machines and apparatuses working permanently at temperatures close to 300 °C. The occurrence, even if only hypothetical, of these temperatures necessitates to use advanced insulation materials able to withstand these temperatures for the entire working life of the equipment in question (e.g. 50 years). During this time, the insulation will be exposed to both high temperature and electrical stress. Both these factors are likely to bring about degradation. The objective of the research was to determine or at least to identify the degree of degradation after a defined stress and to obtain some findings regarding the ageing processes. Another objective would be to find an evidence for the relation between an occurrence of the breakdown and some features in the dielectric spectrum.

English abstract

Some applications (e.g. in nuclear power industry) make use of electrical machines and apparatuses working permanently at temperatures close to 300 °C. The occurrence, even if only hypothetical, of these temperatures necessitates to use advanced insulation materials able to withstand these temperatures for the entire working life of the equipment in question (e.g. 50 years). During this time, the insulation will be exposed to both high temperature and electrical stress. Both these factors are likely to bring about degradation. The objective of the research was to determine or at least to identify the degree of degradation after a defined stress and to obtain some findings regarding the ageing processes. Another objective would be to find an evidence for the relation between an occurrence of the breakdown and some features in the dielectric spectrum.

Keywords

Thermikanit, Dielectric relaxation spectroscopy, complex permitivity, frequency domain.

RIV year

2005

Released

14.08.2005

Publisher

University of Miskolc, Hungary

ISBN

9636616787

Book

5th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF PHD STUDENTS

Edition

1

Edition number

5

Pages from

427

Pages to

431

Pages count

5

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT14974,
  author="Rostislav {Stráník} and Martin {Frk} and Roman {Kameník}",
  title="INFLUENCE OF ELECTRICAL AGEING AND TEMPERATURE ON THE COURSE OF COMPLEX PERMITTIVITY OF THERMIKANIT",
  annote="Some applications (e.g. in nuclear power industry) make use of electrical machines and apparatuses working permanently at temperatures close to 300 °C. The occurrence, even if only hypothetical, of these temperatures necessitates to use advanced insulation materials able to withstand these temperatures for the entire working life of the equipment in question (e.g. 50 years). During this time, the insulation will be exposed to both high temperature and electrical stress. Both these factors are likely to bring about degradation. The objective of the research was to determine or at least to identify the degree of degradation after a defined stress and to obtain some findings regarding the ageing processes. Another objective would be to find an evidence for the relation between an occurrence of the breakdown and some features in the dielectric spectrum.",
  address="University of Miskolc, Hungary",
  booktitle="5th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF PHD STUDENTS",
  chapter="14974",
  edition="1",
  institution="University of Miskolc, Hungary",
  number="1",
  year="2005",
  month="august",
  pages="427",
  publisher="University of Miskolc, Hungary",
  type="conference paper"
}