Electrical Insulation in Power Systems
Covers the design, operations, diagnostics and testing of electrical insulation in high-voltage power networks. The book presents the fundamental properties of dielectrics essential for the optimum design of power systems. It provides a survey of advanced digital and electro-optic techniques used in both the field and research.
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Introduction to Electrical Insulation in Power Systems
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