volume 34, issue 4, P285-289 1994
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760340409
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Abstract: Abstract The interfacial strength of two paper‐polypropylene‐paper laminates used for electrical power transmission cable insulation has been measured using a peel test after a variety of conditionings that simulate the service thermal stress conditions. Immersion in dielectric oil at 23°C causes little decrease in peel strength, but heating in the oil at 90°C causes a rapid initial loss followed by a slow loss of strength. Cyclic and static heating show that cyclic fatigue is not a factor as the initial loss…

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