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Static electrification

Symposium on Static Electrification (1953 London)

Static electrification

a symposium held by The Institute of physics in London on 25, 26 and 27 March, 1953.

by Symposium on Static Electrification (1953 London)

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Published by The Institute of Physics in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesBritish Journal of Applied Physics -- supplement no.2
ContributionsInstitute of Physics.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv,103p.
Number of Pages103
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14371449M


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About this book Among these were, until the middle nineteen hundred and thir­ ties, ferromagnetism, friction, lightning stroke, the common electric spark, and static electrification.

The first two have now been pretty weIl clarified and the und erst an ding of both of these phenomena have contributed greatly to our under­ standing of the.

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@article{osti_, title = {Static electrification control in power transformers: Final report}, author = {Oommen, T.V.}, abstractNote = {The flow of insulating fluid through the insulation ducts in a power transformer inevitably produced electrostatic charge separation.

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Handbook produced as a permanent record of the material presented at a Summer-School on Static Electrification held at the University College of North Wales, Bangor, in September£ Pages Static electrification in power transformers Abstract Interfacial phenomena; methods and devices including test set-ups with plane flow or rotating flow, filter methods; CIGRE test cell: method and device, numerical flow calculation, time characteristic of leakage current, impact of liquid and solid insulating components; mini-static tester.

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REFERENCES Napier, D.H., “Generation of Static Electricity in Steam Screens and Water Curtains,” Paper P, Institution of Chemical Engineers Symposium. This test method also does not cover the beneficial uses of static electrification, its associated problems or hazards, or the elimination or reduction of unwanted electrostatic charge.

The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as the standard. The subject of static electrification and related transformer failures has gained the attention of the industry in the last decade. To some extent electrification activity occurs with flowing insulating oil passing over insulation items within every by: This illustrates that "static" electrification does not require friction, it only requires intimate large-area contact between dissimilar materials.

Matter is made of positive and negative electric charge, and the peeling of tape can separate the electric charges that were already there in the matter.T1 - Investigation of the Static Electrification Phenomenon in Power Transformers with the Streaming Model Test Setup.

AU - Podesser, Julia Alexandra. AU - Wieser, Bettina. AU - Muhr, Hans Michael. AU - Schwarz, Robert. AU - Pukel, Georg Johannes. PY - Y1 - M3 - Conference contribution. SP - EP - Cited by: 2.