Tuncer, Enis and Sauers, Isidor and Randy James, D. and Ellis, Alvin R. and Parans Paranthaman, M. and Goyal, Amit and More, Karren L. (2007) Enhancement of dielectric strength in nanocomposites. NANOTECHNOLOGY, 18 (32).
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In this paper, we report the dielectric breakdown properties of a nanocomposite, a potential electrical insulation material for cryogenic high voltage applications. The material is composed of a high molecular weight polyvinyl alcohol and nanosized in situ synthesized titanate particles. The dielectric breakdown strengths of the filled material samples, measured in liquid nitrogen, indicate a significant increase in their strengths as compared to unfilled polyvinyl alcohol. We conclude that nanometre-sized particles can be adopted as a voltage stabilization additive.
|Subjects:||Material Science > Nanostructured materials|
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