This book focuses on developments in experimental methods, theory, modelling and HV technology through the past decade. The coverage includes advances in basic understanding and capability, for instance in earthing, numerical analysis, optical methods, the physics of air breakdown and partial discharge. It also addresses technological developments in key areas such as SF6 insulation systems, polymeric insulators and power cables, ZnO surge arrestors and pulsed power. The unique blend of reputable contributors and comprehensive subject coverage makes this book an ideal reference source for engineers and researchers for many years to come.Biographie de l'auteur :
Doug Warne graduated from Imperial College with an apprenticeship at AEI Heavy Plant Division at Rugby. At the Electrical Research Association he took responsibility for the short-circuit testing station and the HV laboratory, and also the development of and management of ERA's wind energy research. Since 1990 he has acted as an independent consultant Dr A. Haddad is a Senior Lecturer in electrical engineering at Cardiff University, with responsibility for the High Voltage Research Group.
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Description du livre The Institution of electrical Engineers, U.K., 2004. Hardcover. État : New. 17cm x 24cm. New book, minor shelf wear. N° de réf. du libraire 000042