By Yong-Ki Kim (auth.), Loucas G. Christophorou, James K. Olthoff, Panayota Vassiliou (eds.)
The ebook encompasses a vast and intensive overview via major global specialists of the development and the issues of present curiosity in gaseous dielectrics and their use, specially as insulators in high-voltage apparatus and substations. fresh advances in superconductivity for strength transmission and in plasma know-how also are included.
The primary, utilized and commercial study defined within the publication permits the electrical energy to transmit and distribute electricity in additional effective, secure and environmentally appropriate ways.
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1. The electron swarm technique The electron swarm technique has resulted in a large body of data on electron attachment processes, most notably from the work by Christophorou and colleagues. 18-20 The technique relies on the production of pulses of electrons, thereby ensuring that they are temporally distinct from the anion products, in a drift chamber containing a non-electron attaching buffer gas of number density N. Under the influence of an applied electric field E, the electrons are drawn through the gas towards a collector plate, where the intensity of the electron pulses can be measured.
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