High Voltage Engineering. Fundamentals. Second edition. E. Kuffel. Dean Emeritus,. University of Manitoba,. Winnipeg, Canada. W.S. Zaengl. Professor. ways of generating high voltages with examples of AC sources (50/60 Hz), DC .. E. Kuffel, W.S. Zaengl, J. Kuffel: “High Voltage Engineering: Fundamentals”. Download Citation on ResearchGate | High-voltage engineering: fundamentals / E. Kuffel, W. S. Zaengl | Incluye bibliografía e índice.
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Branch: master. ELECHigh-Voltage-Insulation-Systems/Sources/Kuffel HV Engineering gestheatagkiantes.cf Find file Copy path. Fetching contributors. In the textbook basic fundamentals of high voltage engineering are given: processes of charge fundamentals of gases should be explained more detailed . This chapter con- W. Zaengl, gestheatagkiantes.cf, J. Kuffel. High voltage engineering. High Voltage Engineering Fundamentals Second Edition J Kuffel. Manager of High Voltage and High Current. Laboratories, Ontario Hydro.
Impulse voltages 2. Control systems Chapter 3: Measurement of high voltages 3. Peak voltage measurements by spark gaps 3.
Electrostatic voltmeters 3. Ammeter in series with high ohmic resistors and high ohmic resistor voltage dividers 3.
Generating voltmeters and field sensors 3. The measurement of peak voltages 3. Voltage dividing systems and impulse voltage measurements 3.
Fast digital transient recorders for impulse measurements Chapter 4: Electrostatic fields and field stress control 4. Electrical field distribution and breakdown strength of insulating materials 4. Fields in homogeneous, isotropic materials 4. Fields in multidielectric, isotropic materials 4.
Numerical methods Chapter 5: Electrical breakdown in gases 5. Classical gas laws 5. Ionization and decay processes 5. Cathode processes — secondary effects 5. Transition from non-self-sustained discharges to breakdown 5.
Penning effect 5. The breakdown field strength Eb 5.
Breakdown in non-uniform fields 5. Effect of electron attachment on the breakdown criteria 5. Partial breakdown, corona discharges 5. Polarity effect — influence of space charge 5. Surge breakdown voltage—time lag Chapter 6: Breakdown in solid and liquid dielectrics 6.
Breakdown in solids 6. Breakdown in liquids 6. Electronic breakdown 6. Suspended solid particle mechanism 6. Cavity breakdown 6. Electroconvection and electrohydrodynamic model of dielectric breakdown 6.
Static electrification in power transformers Chapter 7: Non-destructive insulation test techniques 7. Major changes include coverage of the latest instrumentation, the use of electronegative gases such as sulfur hexafluoride, modern diagnostic techniques, and high voltage testing procedures with statistical approaches.
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Utility Engineers. Designers and operators of high voltage equipment. Generation of high voltages Measurement of high voltages Electrostatic fields and field stress control Electrical breakdown in gases Breakdown in solid and liquid bielectrics Non-destructive insulation test techniques Overvoltages, testing procedures and insulation coordination Design and testing of external insulation.
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