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Study of the low-voltage electric breaking arc restrike by means of an inverse method

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4 Author(s)
Brdys, C. ; Lab. d''Electrotech., Montlucon, France ; Toumazet, J.-P. ; Velleaud, G. ; Servant, S.

This paper presents a method to study the dynamics of an arc from magnetic measurements. The mathematical model developed enables us to reconstitute the evolution of a low-voltage, self-blown arc assimilated to a succession of current elements. It also enables us to analyze restrike phenomena for which one might suppose there exists a current exchange between an arc located at the top of the electrodes and another one located in a zone where there remains some possibility of conduction

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 2 )