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Enhancement of Dielectric Properties of Polyamide Enamel Insulation in High Voltage Apparatuses Used in Medical Electronics by Adding Nano Composites of SiO2 and Al2O3 Fillers
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Enhancement of Dielectric Properties of Polyamide Enamel Insulation in High Voltage Apparatuses Used in Medical Electronics by Adding Nano Composites of SiO2 and Al2O3 Fillers
Biju, A.C.; Victoire, T. Aruldoss Albert; Selvaraj, D. Edison;
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 Abstract
In recent days, there was a significant development on the electrical, thermal, mechanical, physical, chemical, magnetic and optical properties of the polyamide enamel, varnish and other insulating materials by the addition of nano fillers to it. Enamel was used in High Voltage Apparatuses used in Medical Electronics as insulation. Insulating materials determine the life time of the electrical apparatuses. The life time of the insulating materials was improved by the addition of nano fillers to it. Hence the life time of the electrical apparatuses was improved by the mixing of nano fillers to the enamel. In this research, the basic dielectric properties of the enamel and enamel mixed with nano composites of silica and alumina were analyzed and compared with each other. The addition of nano fillers has improved the quality factor and capacitance of the enamel. It was also observed that the addition of nano fillers has reduced the dissipation factor and dielectric losses of the enamel. Heat produced by the dielectric losses was also reduced by adding nano fillers to it.
 Keywords
Ball mill;SEM;Enamel;SiO2;Al2O3;Medical electronics;Space electronics;
 Language
English
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