Partial Discharge and Breakdown Mechanisms in Ultra-Dilute SF6 and PFC Gases with N2 Gas
Environmental problem of SF6 gas has been regarded as an up-to-date issue in the field of high voltage engineering. Binary gas mixtures such as SF6/N2 are considered to be one of the most promising candidates[1-3], because N2 gas has no greenhouse effect and toxicity.
KeywordsStreamer Discharge Partial Discharge Electron Attachment Plane Electrode Return Stroke
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