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eBook Electrical Degradation and Breakdown in Polymers (Materials, Circuits and Devices) ePub

by J.C. Fothergill,Gary Stevens,L.A. Dissado

  • ISBN: 0863411967
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: J.C. Fothergill,Gary Stevens,L.A. Dissado
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Institution of Engineering and Technology (June 30, 1992)
  • Pages: 620
  • ePub book: 1384 kb
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the scientific and engineering understanding of electrical degradation and breakdown in polymers. Len Dissado studied chemistry at University College London, obtaining a First Class degree in 1963 and a PhD in 1966

As well as advancing the scientific and engineering understanding of electrical degradation and breakdown in polymers. Len Dissado studied chemistry at University College London, obtaining a First Class degree in 1963 and a PhD in 1966. Since 1977, when he joined the Department of Physics at Chelsea College, University of London, his major interest has centred on the topic of dielectrics.

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Items related to Electrical Degradation and Breakdown in Polymers (Materials,. Electrical Degradation and Breakdown in Polymers (Materials, Circuits and Devices). John Fothergill obtained his MSc in 1976 and PhD in 1979 from the School of Electronic Engineering Science, University College of North Wales, Bangor. He then worked for five years at Standard Telecommunication Laboratories on breakdown and degradation in high-voltage polymeric-insulated power cables.

Part IV discusses the stochastic nature of break-down from empirical and modelling viewpoints, and Part V indicates practical implications and strategies for engineers. Much of the discussion applies to non-crystalline materials generally.

Dissado LA, Fothergill JC (1992) Electrical Degradation and Breakdown in Polymers, Stevens GC (ed), Peter Peregrinus Ltd, London, UKGoogle Scholar. 10. Jaffé HH (1953) Chem Rev 53: 191Google Scholar. 11. Rånby B, Rabek JF (1975) Photodegradation, Photo-oxidation and Photostabilisation of Polymers, Wiley, New YorkGoogle Scholar. 12. Tanigaki K, Tateishi K, Ohnishi Y (1986) Polym Eng Sci 26: 1116Google Scholar.

Author: L A Dissado & J C Fothergill. Street Date: June 30, 1992. Author: L A Dissado & J C Fothergill.

Electrical Degradation and Breakdown in Polymers, IEE Materials and Devices Series

Electrical Degradation and Breakdown in Polymers, IEE Materials and Devices Series. Part 1: Introduction to polymers and electrical breakdown Chapter 1: Polymer structure and morphology Chapter 2: Polymers as wide band-gap insulators Chapter 3: Overview of electrical degradation and breakdown Part 2: Treeing degradation in polymers Chapter 4: Water treeing degradation Chapter 5: Electrical tree degradation Chapter 6: Tree-initiated breakdown Chapter 7: Factors affecting treeing Chapter 8: Routes to tree inhibition Part. Categories: Chemistry.

oceedings{lDA, title {Electrical degradation and breakdown in polymers}, author {Len A. . Dissado and John C. Fothergill}, year {1992} }. Len A. Dissado, John C. Fothergill.

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Breakdown is fascinating to the scientist and frustrating to the engineer! As well as advancing the scientific and engineering understanding of electrical degradation and breakdown in polymers, this book forms a comprehensive and international review of the state-of-the-art. Topics include: water and electrical treeing; charge transport; 'classical' and filamentary thermal, electromechanical, electronic and partial discharge breakdown models; the stochastic nature of breakdown and statistical characterisation techniques; and engineering considerations for breakdown testing and degradation assessment. The treatment presumes little prior knowledge but develops into an advanced understanding of new concepts such as the fractal-like nature of trees. Although the book is primarily aimed at scientists and engineers practising in the field, a broad introductory section has been included to cater for a wide audience including those new to the subject area. This comprises a description of the nature of the polymers, basic solid-state physics and an introduction to degradation and breakdown.