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Accelerated Thermal Aging Measurement and Analysis of CSPE Cable for Condition Monitoring
Park, Joung-Ho; Cha, Wang-Cheol; Lee, Jung-Hoon; Cho, Uk-Rae; Kim, Jae-Chul;
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 Abstract
The accelerated thermal aging of CSPE(Chloro Sulfonate Polyethylene) was carried out for 40.41, 121.22, 202.04 days, 16.82, 50.45, 84.09 days and 7.32, 21.96, 36.59 days at 100, 110, and , respectively, which are equivalent to 20, 60, 100 years of aging at . The permittivities and the apparent densities of the accelerated thermally aged CSPE samples are increased with accelerated thermal aging year but EAB(Elongation at Break) is decreased with that. The dielectric strength and the electric breakdown of the non-accelerated and accelerated thermally aged CSPE samples do not depend on accelerated thermal aging year and applied voltage rising time. density and EAB measures.
 Keywords
Accelerated Thermal Aging;CSPE;Volume Electrical Resistivity;Permittivity;Dielectric Strength;Polarization Index;EAB and Apparent Density;
 Language
Korean
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