# IEE Proceedings - Science, Measurement and Technology

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• ### Phenomenon of sympathetic interaction between transformers caused by inrush transients

Publication Year: 1995, Page(s):323 - 329
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In power systems with appreciable resistance, the transformers already connected to the supply system can experience unexpected saturation during the inrush transient of an incoming transformer. This saturation, which is established by the asymmetrical voltage drop across the system resistance caused by the inrush current, demands offset magnetising currents of high magnitude in the already connec... View full abstract»

• ### Optimal battery energy storage system (BESS) charge scheduling with dynamic programming

Publication Year: 1995, Page(s):453 - 458
Cited by:  Papers (33)  |  Patents (7)
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A dynamic programming algorithm for the optimal charge/discharge scheduling of BESS energy storage is presented. It ensures the minimisation of the electricity bill for a given battery capacity, while reducing stress on the battery and prolonging battery life. Optimal scheduling of the battery charge state is in itself unique; the methods of multipass dynamic programming are used to accomplish thi... View full abstract»

• ### Degradation of cellulosic insulation in power transformers .4. Effects of ageing on the tensile strength of paper

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):285 - 290
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For pt.3 see ibid., vol.147, no.3, p.115-19, 2000. Evidence for transformer failures related to insulation failure indicates that the primary cause is normally mechanical failure/loss of integrity due to loss of mechanical strength as a result of degradation. The paper investigates the primary causes of loss of strength of paper during ageing under accelerated conditions in insulating oil. The lat... View full abstract»

• ### Design theory of thermoelectric modules for electrical power generation

Publication Year: 1996, Page(s):351 - 356
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One of the main requirements in the design of a thermoelectric module is to determine the optimum module geometry, based upon available thermoelectric material and manufacturing technology, which meets the given application specifications. In order to assist in determining the appropriate module geometry for thermoelectric generation, its relationship to the power output and conversion efficiency ... View full abstract»

• ### Degradation of cellulosic insulation in power transformers. Part 2: formation of furan products in insulating oil

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):110 - 114
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The analysis of furan degradation products in transformer oil provides a complementary technique to dissolved gas analysis for monitoring transformer condition. The main products of the ageing are 2-furfuryl alcohol, 2-furaldehyde (furfural), 2-acetylfuran and 5-methylfurfural and are formed from wood-based paper (containing lignin and hemicellulose), cotton-based paper and pure cotton linters in ... View full abstract»

• ### Capacitance and charge distribution of two cylindrical conductors of finite length

Publication Year: 1997, Page(s):280 - 286
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The authors present a method of finding the effect of fringing on capacitance and charge distribution of conducting structures consisting of coaxial cylinders or of parallel cylinders of identical diameter, each of finite and equal length. The moment method, employing pulse and delta functions as the basis and testing functions, respectively, is used for the analysis. Numerical data on charge dist... View full abstract»

• ### Review of chemical indicators of degradation of cellulosic electrical paper insulation in oil-filled transformers

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):324 - 334
Cited by:  Papers (121)  |  Patents (1)
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Chemical and thermal degradation of electrical insulation in oil-filled transformers, mechanisms of failure and methods of condition monitoring and of life prediction are reviewed. An insulation life prediction model is developed and estimates of insulation life are presented under a variety of oil/paper conditions. Systematic measurements of the concentration of chemical indicators in transformer... View full abstract»

• ### Current measurement using compensated coaxial shunts

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):471 - 480
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A novel approach to the construction and compensation of a coaxial resistive shunt is shown to produce significant improvements in performance when compared with equivalent shunts employing a conventional method of construction. A full theoretical treatment shows how the adopted measurement and compensation scheme provides a simple and realisable method for the elimination of skin effect errors in... View full abstract»

• ### Degradation of cellulosic insulation in power transformers. Part 3: effects of oxygen and water on ageing in oil

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):115 - 119
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Heat, water and oxygen accelerate the degradation of cellulose insulation in electrical transformers. Their effects on insulation have been studied over a number of years using degree of polymerisation (DP) of the paper as a measure of ageing. Results are reported of a systemic study to measure the relative effectiveness of each component individually and in combination, on ageing in oil in a thre... View full abstract»

• ### Degradation of cellulosic insulation in power transformers. I. Factors affecting the measurement of the average viscometric degree of polymerisation of new and aged electrical papers

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):86 - 90
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The degree of polymerisation (DP) of electrical insulation paper is an invaluable tool for assessing its condition and is extensively used in laboratory tests to assess the life expectancy of transformer insulation. Accurate and reproducible determinations are essential if the results are to be used to calculate a meaningful life. Publication IEC 450 was prepared in 1974 as a standard for the meas... View full abstract»

• ### Calculating attenuation in waveguides below cut-off

Publication Year: 2004, Page(s):356 - 361
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The author derives the attenuation in a circular waveguide below cut-off with a finite metal conductivity for an arbitrary mode number. There are several potentially confusing points in this calculation particularly relating to the choice of signs, the fine details of the Bessel function behaviour and the definition of attenuation itself. A full derivation from first principles is presented during... View full abstract»

• ### Generalised associated discrete circuit model for switching devices

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):57 - 64
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The paper describes a new switch model based on the associated discrete circuit (ADC) models. The switch model enables a switching circuit to be modelled by a constant admittance matrix, irrespective of its switching state. This feature allows a system with changing topology to be modelled efficiently and elegantly by one set of model equations, and a reduction of circuit formulation and computing... View full abstract»

• ### Pulse-sequence analysis: a new method for investigating the physics of PD-induced ageing

Publication Year: 1995, Page(s):95 - 101
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A new method is presented of partial discharge data analysis for the investigation of space charge and degradation phenomena in high-voltage insulation systems. The basic principles of the pulse-sequence-analysis (PSA) are illustrated and the characteristic differences with regard to standard procedures that have been established during the past few years are outlined. A description is given of an... View full abstract»

• ### Shield behaviour of communications cables

Publication Year: 2003, Page(s):307 - 312
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The screening effectiveness of communication cables is vital information for EMC and crosstalk related issues associated with the selection of system cabling. Surface transfer impedance measurements are suitable in the lower frequency range and reverberation chamber measurements are suitable to determine behaviour at higher frequencies. This paper, primarily addresses the issue of conversion at, a... View full abstract»

• ### New AC-based capacitance tomography system

Publication Year: 1999, Page(s):47 - 53
Cited by:  Papers (72)  |  Patents (1)
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Electrical capacitance tomography (ECT) is a new technology that is used to visualise the internal behaviour of industrial processes comprising dielectric components. A particular difficulty with capacitance measurement for tomography is that the stray capacitance to earth of an ECT sensor is large (~150 pF) compared with the interelectrode capacitance to be measured (usually <0.5 pF), and the ... View full abstract»

• ### Towards a piezoelectric vibration-powered microgenerator

Publication Year: 2001, Page(s):68 - 72
Cited by:  Papers (48)  |  Patents (10)
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As MEMS and Smart Material technologies advance, embedded and remote applications are becoming more widespread. Powering these systems can be a significant engineering problem, as traditional solutions such as batteries are not always appropriate. An inertial generator is developed that uses thick-film piezoelectric technologies to produce electrical power from vibrations in the environment of the... View full abstract»

• ### Vector measurement of modulated RF signals by an in-phase and quadrature referencing technique

Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):210 - 215
Cited by:  Papers (8)
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Vector measurements of modulated RF signals are demonstrated using a sampling oscilloscope with in-phase and quadrature referencing. Certain sampling oscilloscope designs exhibit sub-picosecond time-correlation between channels. This correlation allows independent referencing of the carrier frequency and the modulation signals. This measurement technique, which can be implemented using simple RF c... View full abstract»

• ### Online removal of ocular artefacts from the electroencephalogram

Publication Year: 2004, Page(s):47 - 51
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A method by which ocular artefacts (OAs) in the electroencephalogram (EEG) may be removed automatically online by electro-oculogram (EOG) subtraction is demonstrated. This is achieved by a combination of recursively calculating the required cross-correlations, a fast matrix inversion method, and the use of a modern microprocessor with a high clock rate. Although recursive calculations are involved... View full abstract»

• ### Review of radio frequency microelectromechanical systems technology

Publication Year: 2004, Page(s):93 - 103
Cited by:  Papers (32)  |  Patents (15)
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A review of radio frequency microelectromechanical systems (RF MEMS) technology, from the perspective of its enabling technologies (e.g. fabrication, RF micromachined components and actuation mechanisms) is presented. A unique roadmap is given that shows how enabling technologies, RF MEMS components, RF MEMS circuits and RF microsystems packaging are linked together; leading towards enhanced integ... View full abstract»

• ### Ultrasonic transducers for high temperature applications

Publication Year: 1998, Page(s):229 - 236
Cited by:  Papers (5)  |  Patents (1)
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There is an increasing demand ultrasonic transducers to work at high temperatures. Transducers operating in the range from 400 to 1000°C are being applied in the power, process, automotive and aeroengine industries, as well as in materials research. To date, the majority of high temperature transducer designs have been based on adaptations of conventional single and dual-element probes for non... View full abstract»

• ### Variability of photoplethysmography peripheral pulse measurements at the ears, thumbs and toes

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):403 - 407
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Pulses radiating to the periphery after each heart beat can be detected by photoplethysmography (PPG). A multi-site PPG measurement and analysis system is described for beat-to-beat analysis of the pulse waveforms. Waveforms were collected from the right and left ear lobes, thumb pads, and toe pads of 20 normal subjects whilst they performed paced breathing. The median coefficients of variation fo... View full abstract»

• ### Calibration of commercial conductivity meters for measuring small items

Publication Year: 2004, Page(s):376 - 380
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NPL has recently piloted an EC-funded project under the Framework V Competitive and Sustainable Growth Programme on the measurement methods and materials used for electrical conductivity traceability. Electrical conductivity is a quantity used by the aerospace industry for determining the mechanical properties of aircraft sections and components, during production and while in use. During the life... View full abstract»

• ### Simple method for calculating Fourier coefficients of experimentally obtained waveforms

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):177 - 178
Cited by:  Papers (11)
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An algorithm is presented for calculating the Fourier series coefficients of experimentally obtained waveforms. The implementation of this algorithm requires only simple basic mathematical operations. Application of the algorithm is illustrated with an example View full abstract»

• ### Degradation of epoxy resin by partial discharges

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):97 - 104
Cited by:  Papers (19)
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Epoxy resins are used in the production of high-voltage insulation components. Partial discharges, inherent in high-voltage installations, degenerate the resinous material and cause degradation of the insulation thus reducing the working life of the component, An understanding of the nature of the chemical changes taking place under partial discharge stressing should allow the production of improv... View full abstract»

• ### Transient calibration of electric field sensors

Publication Year: 1999, Page(s):113 - 116
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An electric field sensor calibration system that operates in the time-domain is described and its accuracy is assessed. The system makes use of a broadband, unterminated transient test cell that is simple to construct by comparison with matched TEM or GTEM cells. An advantage of the transient technique is that the frequency response of the test equipment does not have to be characterised. Furtherm... View full abstract»

• ### Optical technique for measuring the positive and negative dielectrophoretic behaviour of cells and colloidal suspensions

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):395 - 399
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A dual beam optical spectrometer has been developed for the rapid measurement of the dielectrophoretic behaviour of cells and other colloidal particles subjected to nonuniform AC electrical fields. A significant improvement over previous designs is the ability to characterise both positive and negative dielectrophoresis, which in turn provides a simple method for deriving the practical conditions ... View full abstract»

• ### Huygens' principle in electromagnetics

Publication Year: 1996, Page(s):103 - 105
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A simple way of deriving Huygens' principle in electromagnetic and transmission-line theory is given without recourse to Green's functions and Green's formulas. Huygens' principle is derived for the electromagnetic fields simply by truncating Maxwell's equations. The same is done for the voltage and current in a transmission line by truncating the telegrapher's equations. Some simple consequences ... View full abstract»

• ### Application of external compensation to current transformers

Publication Year: 1996, Page(s):147 - 150
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The method of external compensation for CTs described briefly in the paper has been put into practice for more than two years in China. Since 1993 the authors have applied the method to some metering and protection CTs in general use in the UK. The compensation performances given in the paper show that the application of the technique is successful. It improves the accuracy by ten times, increases... View full abstract»

• ### Prediction of thermal ageing in transformer oil and high voltage PVC cables using artificial neural networks

Publication Year: 2003, Page(s):107 - 112
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The prediction of the thermal ageing of transformer oil and of high voltage PVC cables using artificial neural networks (ANNs) is discussed. This prediction provides an alternative to costly laboratory experiments. To validate the proposed technique, predicted and laboratory results are compared. The ANN used is a radial basis function Gaussian network trained by a random optimisation method. View full abstract»

• ### SPICE modelling of PCRAM devices

Publication Year: 2003, Page(s):237 - 239
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Approaches to producing SPICE models for phase-change RAM devices are discussed. Alternative models based around the lumped parameter approach, which vary in complexity, are compared. Consequently the PSpice models for the PCRAM are presented and evaluated for the steady state mode of the device operation. View full abstract»

• ### Analysis of neural and fuzzy-power electronic control

Publication Year: 1997, Page(s):25 - 33
Cited by:  Papers (17)
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Current-controlled voltage-source inverters offer substantial advantages in improving motor-system dynamics for high-performance AC-drive systems. The controller switches follow a set of reference current waveforms. Fixed-band hysteresis and sinusoidal-band hysteresis controllers have been studied. Neural network and fuzzy-logic-based current-controlled voltage-source inverters are developed. The ... View full abstract»

• ### Vision-based gauge for online weld profile metrology

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):521 - 526
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The development and application of an automated vision-based system for post weld inspection is discussed. The parameters of the weld bead profile have previously been measured manually using a variety of mechanical gauges. Such methods are slow, of dubious accuracy, and unsuited to online use. Here, structured light illumination, combined with fast, transputer based, image processing algorithms, ... View full abstract»

• ### Modelling of capacitance tomography sensors

Publication Year: 1997, Page(s):203 - 208
Cited by:  Papers (25)  |  Patents (1)
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Current electrical capacitance tomography (ECT) systems reconstruct cross-sectional images directly using the raw' capacitance data measured from the multielectrode sensors. These raw' measurements are affected by the pipe wall and/or external interelectrode capacitances, and hence it is impossible to reconstruct accurate quantitative images. The author analyses four types of pipe-mounted sensor... View full abstract»

• ### Partial discharge plant-monitoring technology: present and future developments

Publication Year: 1995, Page(s):4 - 10
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The paper discusses the role of partial discharge measurement in the conditioning monitoring of power plant. Following a discussion of recent developments in partial discharge detection and measurement technologies, the problems and challenges for the future in the different technologies are analysed and discussed. For those unfamiliar with partial discharge detection as a condition monitoring too... View full abstract»

• ### Lightning impulse breakdown characteristics of SF/sub 6/ alternative gases for gas-insulated switchgear

Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):1 - 6
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Investigations of the lightning impulse breakdown characteristics of a SF/sub 6//N/sub 2/ gas mixture, N/sub 2/ gas and CO/sub 2/ gas have been carried out. In the case of the SF/sub 6//N/sub 2/ gas mixture the 50% breakdown (electric) field strength for the positive impulse voltage was slightly lower than that for the negative impulse voltage, and the pressure of the SF/sub 6//N/sub 2/ gas mixtur... View full abstract»

• ### UHF and current pulse measurements of partial discharge activity in mineral oil

Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):47 - 54
Cited by:  Papers (47)  |  Patents (1)
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Investigations are reported into a range of defects causing partial discharge (PD) activity in high-voltage oil-insulated equipment. The aim is to explore the relationship between radiated ultra-high frequency (UHF) signals and electric charge in a PD current pulse for PD sources in oil insulation. Experiments are performed under high-voltage AC conditions using electrode configurations that inclu... View full abstract»

• ### Low cost mixed-signal microcontroller based power measurement technique

Publication Year: 2004, Page(s):253 - 258
Cited by:  Papers (12)  |  Patents (4)
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The design and implementation of a mixed-signal microcontroller-based one-phase measurement technique for fundamental active and reactive power is presented. The Goertzel algorithm, which is a special case of the discrete Fourier transform (DFT), is used to extract features of various distorted waveforms including those containing harmonics. It is no longer necessary or economic to use the Fourier... View full abstract»

• ### Enhanced empirical large-signal model for HBTs with performance comparable with physics-based models

Publication Year: 2004, Page(s):142 - 150
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An accurate empirical large-signal model for an heterojunction bipolar transistor (HBT) is given. In the DC mode, thermal-dependent physics-based relations for Kirk and avalanche effects are included to improve the accuracy of the model. In the small-signal mode, in addition to the distribution of the base resistance and base collector junction, the model captures the variation of various AC param... View full abstract»

• ### Characterisation of crosstalk in terms of mean value and standard deviation [multiconductor transmission lines]

Publication Year: 2003, Page(s):289 - 295
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A probabilistic model is developed for the characterisation of crosstalk sensitivity to random fluctuations of conductors in a bundle cross-section. A uniform and lossless three-conductor transmission line (TL) is used for the definition of generator and victim circuits, with general loading conditions. A novel circuit model for crosstalk is developed, in which the victim circuit embeds all the in... View full abstract»

• ### Cellular automata method for simulating microstructure evolution

Publication Year: 2003, Page(s):211 - 213
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Understanding and modelling microstructure evolution is a major concern in the scientific and engineering fields. Due to the difficulty of directly incorporating topological features into mathematical models, together with the difficulty of providing a space-time description, there has been increasing interest in using computer simulation to study and predict the microstructure evolution in a rang... View full abstract»

• ### Calculation of electrical machine magnetic stray fields

Publication Year: 2002, Page(s):190 - 193
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Most new ships are electrically driven. However, some military or oceanographic ships require low magnetic stray fields. Thus, electrical machines for propulsion have to be magnetically silent. The calculation of magnetic stray fields far from an electromagnetic device by standard finite-element method (Flux3d) may be inaccurate. Numerical noise may appear that can be as high as the weak magnetic ... View full abstract»

• ### Electricity generation in the home: modelling of single-house domestic combined heat and power

Publication Year: 2001, Page(s):197 - 203
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Two models for predicting potential savings from a domestic combined heat and power unit are developed and compared. The first, a simple spreadsheet calculation based on heating times and energy bills, gives a basic indication of the benefits of domestic combined heat and power. The second predicts the electricity and heat demand profiles of homes based on building structure, weather information a... View full abstract»

• ### Arc erosion behaviour of silver electric contacts in a single arc discharge across a static gap

Publication Year: 2001, Page(s):8 - 14
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Static-gap electrical erosion experiments are conducted using an iron needle cathode and silver anode, where the gap distance can be adjusted with high precision and high accuracy. The effects of supply voltage and gap distance on the arc erosion behaviour are investigated in a single arc discharge. Results show that the air breakdown occurs at 70 V/μm up to 175 V, at 330 V at 10 μm, and 500... View full abstract»

• ### Review of arcing phenomena in low voltage current limiting circuit breakers

Publication Year: 2001, Page(s):1 - 7
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Low voltage current limiting circuit breakers referred to as miniature circuit breakers (MCBs) are widely used for electrical fault protection in domestic and light industrial installations. Modern designs employ current limiting technology where the arc is forced rapidly away from the contacts through an arc chamber and into a set of splitter plates. The motion of the arc is dependent on a comple... View full abstract»

• ### Virtual instrumentation for clinical assessment of cardiovascular and autonomic function

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):397 - 402
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Information about the activity of the autonomic nervous system can be derived by analysis of key physiological signals, including ECG and blood pressure, on a beat-to-beat basis. Due to the large amount of data and mathematical processing involved, analysis by hand is prohibitive. The solution developed facilitates this procedure by performing the processing on a PC-based instrument incorporating ... View full abstract»

• ### Electric field breakdown at micrometre separations in air and nitrogen at atmospheric pressure

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):261 - 265
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For efficient operation, micromotors and microactuators, such as those employed in microsystems, are required to operate with high electric fields at electrode separations of the order of micrometres. An apparatus was built to accurately measure the breakdown voltage for electrode spacings as low as 0.5 μm. Breakdown voltage measurements in air and nitrogen are presented and discussed for the g... View full abstract»

• ### New formula to calculate the skin effect in isolated tubular conductors at low frequencies

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):169 - 171
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The exact solution of the AC/DC resistance ratio of an isolated tubular conductor involves the calculation of values from 12 Kelvin functions. Previous approximate solutions are complicated, and graphical solutions require interpolation from sets of curves. A simplified solution, based on a new formula, is presented. The values of the resistance ratio derived from this formula are within ±1... View full abstract»

• ### Classification of the strain and growth phase of cyanobacteria in potable water using an electronic nose system

Publication Year: 2000, Page(s):158 - 164
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An electronic nose comprising an array of six commercial odour sensors has been used to monitor not only different strains, but also the growth phase, of cyanobacteria which is normally called blue green algal. A series of experiments were carried out to analyse the nature of two closely related strains of cyanobacteria, Microcystis aeruginosa PCC 7806 that produces a toxin and PCC 7941 that does ... View full abstract»

• ### Acoustic emission analysis of high voltage insulation

Publication Year: 1999, Page(s):260 - 263
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A portable acoustic emission monitoring system has been developed and used to test both laboratory samples and practical equipment. A fibre optic cable provides electrical isolation and protection for the operator and the monitor. This has been tested on high voltage equipment up to 400 kV. In laboratory samples it has been possible to distinguish between discharges arising from different sources ... View full abstract»

• ### Measuring voltage response: a non-destructive diagnostic test method of HV insulation

Publication Year: 1999, Page(s):249 - 252
Cited by:  Papers (32)
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In insulation materials several chemical and physical deterioration processes arise, such as thermal and electrical ageing, and moistening, due to operational and environmental stresses. As well as electrical strength, these deterioration processes influence the dielectric processes, the conduction and the polarisation of the insulation. The dielectric strength of insulation cannot be determined w... View full abstract»

## Aims & Scope

Published from 1994-2006, IEE Proceedings - Science, Measurement and Technology contained significant and original contributions on science, measurement and technology, together with topics of general interest to electrical engineers. It included papers in the science, engineering and technology underpinning electronic and electrical engineering, nanotechnology and medical instrumentation.

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