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“…Combining the result of Figure 11 and Table 4, the shape of spectra was similar in different materials. It illustrated that the formation mechanism of TSC spectra was similar in different materials [31]. The dipolar relaxation did not exist in pure LDPE, so the TSC spectra was produced by trapped charge detrapping [32,33].…”
Section: Space Charge Characteristic Test and Analysismentioning
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“…Combining the result of Figure 11 and Table 4, the shape of spectra was similar in different materials. It illustrated that the formation mechanism of TSC spectra was similar in different materials [31]. The dipolar relaxation did not exist in pure LDPE, so the TSC spectra was produced by trapped charge detrapping [32,33].…”
Section: Space Charge Characteristic Test and Analysismentioning
“…The formation of electrical treeing was inhibited [17]. Additionally, the space charge distribution [18,19], the polymers' crystalline morphology [20,21], the mechanical properties and flame resistance were all improved [22]. Throughout the former studies on nanocomposites' dielectric properties, the research focus mainly concentrated on three aspects: (1) The inorganic nanofiller changed the polymers' crystalline morphology.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Actually, the creeping discharges take place on some electrical components when being subjected to higher electric stresses, such as cable terminations, suspension insulators, piercing connectors or power capacitors, leading to partial or generalised deteriorations depending on weather conditions, the type of the material and the applied voltage [4][5][6][7][8]. More precisely, creeping discharges are known to occur after an excessive accumulation of space charges or when electrical apparatus are subjected to other constraints like switching or lightning impulse transients [9][10][11][12][13][14]. The shape of these discharges is similar to those observed by Lichtenberg and could be characterised by a fractal dimension that depends on geometrical and physical factors such as the dielectric thickness and its permittivity [15][16][17].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning