Proceedings of 1998 International Symposium on Electrical Insulating Materials. 1998 Asian International Conference on Dielectr
DOI: 10.1109/iseim.1998.741773 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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“…The electron avalanche occurs and the number of electrons increases exponentially [35][36][37]. In a strong electric field near the needle electrode, electrons are accelerated enough to ionize gas molecules or atoms and to produce new electrons.…”
Section: Breakdown Phenomenamentioning
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“…The electron avalanche occurs and the number of electrons increases exponentially [35][36][37]. In a strong electric field near the needle electrode, electrons are accelerated enough to ionize gas molecules or atoms and to produce new electrons.…”
Section: Breakdown Phenomenamentioning
“…In a strong electric field near the needle electrode, electrons are accelerated enough to ionize gas molecules or atoms and to produce new electrons. The electron avalanche occurs and the number of electrons increases exponentially [35][36][37]. In addition, as the field strength exceeds some threshold value, the corona discharge occurs around the needle electrode, which depends strongly on the electric field value and becomes intensive.…”
Section: Breakdown Phenomenamentioning