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Electric field intensity at surface of a coronating wire above a ground plane

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3 Author(s)
Aboelsaad, M.M. ; University of Manitoba, Electrical Engineering Department, Winnipeg, Canada ; Raghuveer, M.R. ; Ciric, I.R.

An assumption commonly used in the solution of the DC corona equations is that the electric field intensity at the coronating wire is always constant at the onset value. However, the validity of this assumption has been questioned in the literature. An algorithm in which this difficulty is alleviated is proposed.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 16 )