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  • Effect of Elastic Elongation on Dielectric Strength
    to process variability in the elongation of elastomeric polymers when they are wrapped around electric coils and other components, the possibility of altering the effective dielectric strength of the insulation material arises. In this paper we examine the relation of the elongation of a silicone
  • NEW ADVANCES IN PRIMERLESS SILICONE INSULATION MATERIALS
    the priming step. Using primerless silicone rubber laminate insulation tape leads to a more robust application process, as well as improved material properties such as adhesion strength, dielectric strength, volume resistivity, and thermal stability. This paper presents the results of a comparative
  • Arc Tracking and Silicone Self-Fusing Tape
    Many electrical insulation applications are designed with dielectric breakdown strength (DBS), or the voltage potential required to break through an electrically insulating material, as a major factor. While this is a good test to determine how resistive a material is through its volume it does
  • Silicone Rubber Thermal Interface Materials: Applications and Performance Considerations
    Simple composits of silicone rubber, extending filler, and fiberglass offer an attractive combination of thermal, physical, and electric properties that make these materials an ideal choice for use as thermal interface materials. Good dielectric strength and low thermal impedance that is relatively
  • Silicone Based Insulation Material for High Speed/Voltage Rotating Machines
    . However, many medium and high voltage rotating machinery applications do not utilize resin rich silicone based insulation because of concerns about dielectric integrity and voltage endurance, especially with highly thermally conductive designs. Arlon has recently developed improvements in highly
  • Silicone Based Electrical Insulation Material for High Speed/Voltage Rotating Machines
    . However, many medium and high voltage rotating machinery applications do not utilize resin rich silicone based insulation because of concerns about dielectric integrity and voltage endurance, especially with highly thermally conductive designs. Arlon has recently developed improvements in highly
  • Highly Conductive Insulation for Large, High-Speed Machines
    to arc tracking and dielectric breakdown. Next generation, high-speed, multi-megawatt, rotating machines provide an insulating challenge for traditional silicone-impregnated fiberglass and epoxymica stator-coil-insulation systems. A high frequency voltage supply for these rotating machines is required

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