Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2002
The use of extruded insulation for DC cables involves a risk of local electric field enhancement, caused by a space charge build-up within the dielectric. In this work, the theory of charge generation and transport in polymers is applied in a numerical computer model in order to predict the formation and transport of space charges in a polymeric dielectric. The model incorporates the processes of field assisted electron-hole pair generation from impurity atoms, trapping and charge injection at the electrodes. Its aim has been to study the field- and temperature dependent dynamic behaviour of a dielectric. Results obtained using this model-based framework are compared to measurement results obtained from Laser Induced Pressure Pulse (LIPP) space charge measurements as well as conductivity measurements on selected cable type samples.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 11. International Symposium on Electrets|
|Conference||11. International Symposium on Electrets|
|Period||01/01/02 → …|
|Citations||Web of Science® Times Cited: No match on DOI|
- Space charge, Dielectric measurements, Charge measurement, Dielectrics and electrical insulation, Cable insulation, Current measurement, Polymers, Pulse measurements, Pressure measurement, Conductivity measurement
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