Thomas, Benny and Nema, RS (1996) Partial Discharge Degradation and Breakdown Studies in Polypropylene Films. In: Conference Record of the 1996 IEEE International Symposium on Electrical Insulation, 16-19 June, Montreal,Quebec,Canada, Vol.2, 521-524.
Internal partial discharge characteristics are investigated on impregnated polypropylene films containing artificial cavity of well-defined dimensions, immersed in oil. Electrical breakdown studies are carried out at step-wise rising stress to evaluate constants of inverse power law model. Partial discharge pulse distribution patterns are acquired using PC interfaced multichannel analyser and statistical analysis of the discharge pulse spectrum is done by using 3-parameter Weibull distribution function. The results are compared with that for unimpregnated samples in air.
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