On electrically exploding conductor discharges by Antonios E. VlastoМЃs

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Published by Almqvist & Wiksells in Uppsala .

Written in English

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  • Exploding wire phenomena.

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Includes bibliographical references.

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Statementby Antonios E. Vlastós.
SeriesActa Universitatis Upsaliensis ;103, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis., 103.
LC ClassificationsQ64 .A63 no. 103, QC703.7 .A63 no. 103
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p.
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL5105101M
LC Control Number74177370

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Characteristics of an 8 Electrical Ground Structure. The corona discharge current flows radially out from the conductor, and at some distance away from the conductor drops to zero due to ion/electron recombination in the material (especially on AC power lines where the periodic reversal of electric field alternately streams electrons away from and toward the conductor) and the decrease of the electric field strength below the ionizing strength for that.

An electrically-exploded conductor undergoes significant hydrodynamic expansion as it is heated. Resistivity is a function of both the temperature and density of a conductor and realistic models for resistivity over the range of parameter space experienced by an exploding conductor are quite complex.

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The term “partial discharge” is defined by IEC (Partial Discharge Measurements) as a localized electrical discharge that only partially bridges the insulation between conductors and which may or may not occur adjacent to a conductor.

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However, if you touch a conductor — such as a brass doorknob — while you’re charged up, the charge will dissipate itself quickly in an annoying shock. The easiest way to guard against static electrical damage is to make sure you’re properly discharged before you start your work.

Electrical insulation is the absence of electrical conduction. Electronic band theory (a branch of physics) said that a charge flows if states are available into which electrons can be excited. This allows electrons to gain energy and thereby move through a conductor such as a metal.

If no such states are available, the material is an insulator.Standard Definitions • Fundamentally, what is a “Partial Discharge” • An electric discharge which only partially bridges the insulation, and which may or may not occur adjacent to a conductor - Authoritative Dictionary of IEEE Standard Terms • A discharge that does not completely bridge the insulation between electrodes - IEEE Standard 4, IEEE Standard for High-Voltage Testing Techniques.the electric field inside is zero or, equivalently, the electric potential (voltage) inside is uniform.

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