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A Study on Electrostatic Electrification Relaxation Properties of Glass Filament for Insulation

절연용 유리장섬유의 정전기 대전완화 특성에 관한 연구

Lee, Sung Ill;Lee, Won Jae
이성일;이원재

  • Received : 2015.11.19
  • Accepted : 2015.11.24
  • Published : 2015.12.01

Abstract

In this study, the characteristics of electrostatic attenuation in plain shape glass filament sample (0.29 mm thickness, cross section of $12.25cm^2$, $16cm^2$, $20.25cm^2$) for insulator has been measured at temperature of $5^{\circ}C{\sim}38^{\circ}C$, humidity of 50%~90%. The results of this study are as follows. In case of samples that the cross section is $12.25cm^2$, $16cm^2$, $20.25cm^2$ at humidity of 50%~90%, it found that the electrification voltage of electrostatic increased with increasing temperature, with a return to decrease at $20^{\circ}C$. In case of samples that the cross section is $12.25cm^2$, $16cm^2$, $20.25cm^2$ at temperature of $5^{\circ}C{\sim}38^{\circ}C$, it found that the electrification voltage of electrostatic decreased with increasing humidity. In case of the sample at temperature of $20^{\circ}C$ and humidity of 65%, 75%, it found that the electrification voltage of electrostatic increased with increasing cross section. In case of the sample at humidity of 65% and cross section of $12.25cm^2$, the time that it takes to reduce electrification voltage of electrostatic in half decreased to 0.912s, 0.736s, 0.673s with increasing temperature to $10^{\circ}C$ $20^{\circ}C$, $30^{\circ}C$.

Keywords

Electrostatic electrification voltage;Electrification relaxation time

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