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Pulse Breakdown Strengths of Liquid, Gel and Solid Insulating Materials Using Closely Spaced Spherical Electrodes

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In this paper an evaluation of a number of different insulating materials, under pulse breakdown conditions, is described. The experimental setup used an 8 stage Marx generator in order to generate a high potential difference (in the range 80-220 kV) between two spherical electrodes which were spaced 1.5-3.5 mm apart. The breakdown voltage of each of the materials was recorded and the data was then post-processed in order to determine the breakdown strength of each of the samples.
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  • BAE Systems, Advanced Technology Centre, Filton, Bristol, United Kingdom
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  • 1. North Star High Voltage, Arizona (USA)
  • 2. S.M. Lebedev, O.S. Gefle, Yu.P Pokholkov, V.I. Chichikin, High Voltage Engineering Symp., IEEE 1999, p. 304
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