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High Voltage and Electrical Insulation Engineering 2nd Edition

High Voltage and Electrical Insulation Engineering 2nd Edition

High Voltage and Electrical Insulation Engineering 2nd Edition

$15.00

Ravindra Arora, Wolfgang Mosch

ISBNs: B09VCXJFSS, 1119568943, 1119568870, 9781119568872, 9781119568940, 978-1119568872, 978-1119568940

English | 2023 | Original PDF | 513 Pages

A comprehensive graduate-level textbook on high voltage insulation engineering, updated to reflect emerging trends and techniques in the field

High Voltage and Electrical Insulation Engineering presents systematic coverage of the behavior of dielectric materials. This classic textbook opens with clear explanations of fundamental terminology, electric-field classification, and field estimation techniques. Subsequent chapters describe the field dependent performance of gaseous, vacuum, liquid, and solid dielectrics under different classified field conditions, and illustrate the monitoring of electrical insulation conditions by both single and continuous online methods. Throughout the text, numerous tables, figures, diagrams, and images are provided to strengthen understanding of all material.

Fully revised to incorporate the most current technological application techniques, the second edition offers an entirely new section on condition monitoring of electrical insulation. Updated chapters discuss recent developments in gas-filled power apparatus, present-day trends in the use replacement of liquid insulating materials, the latest applications of new solid dielectrics in high voltage engineering, vacuum technology and liquid insulating materials, and more. This edition features a brand-new case study exploring the estimation of clearance requirements for 25 kV electric traction. Readers will also find the new edition:

Provides new coverage of advances in the field, such as the application of polymer insulators and the use of SF6 gas and its mixtures in gas-insulated systems/substations (GIS)
Uses a novel approach that explores the field dependent behavior of dielectrics
Explains the “weakly nonuniform field,” a unique concept introduced both conceptually and analytically in Germany
A separate chapter provides the new approach to the mechanism of lightning phenomenon, which also includes the phenomenon of “Ball Lightning”
The dielectric properties of vacuum and the development in the application of vacuum technology in power circuit breakers is covered in an exclusive chapter
In-depth coverage of the performance of the sulphur-hexafluoride gas and its mixtures applicable to the design of Gas Insulated Systems including dry power transformers
High Voltage and Electrical Insulation Engineering, Second Edition, remains the perfect textbook for graduate students, teachers, academic researchers, and utility and power industry engineers and scientists involved in the field.