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Record #119395:

Ice accretion on energized line insulators / M. Farzaneh, J. Kiernicki, J.-F. Drapeau.

Title: Ice accretion on energized line insulators / M. Farzaneh, J. Kiernicki, J.-F. Drapeau.
Author(s): Farzaneh, M.
Kiernicki, J.
Drapeau, J. -F.
Date: 1992.
Publisher: Golden, CO: International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers (ISOPE)
In: Proceedings of the Second (1992) International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference. Vol. 2. (1992.),
Abstract: Describes laboratory study. Wet ice, which is associated with highest possibility of flashover, was produced at --12 and --7°C with water droplets of 50 and 80 μm and liquid water contents of 4.4 and 6.8 g m⁻³. Wind velocity and conductivity of freezing water, respectively, were important in uniformity and roughness of ice accreted. It was also found that mean power fed to insulators by conduction current and corona discharges was about 40% of heat power liberated by freezing process during wet ice accretion.
Notes:

In: The proceedings of the Second (1992) International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference. Vol. 2 / Michael S. Triantafyllou, Jin S. Chung, Karel Karal, Alfred L. Tunik, eds.

Keywords: 624.14 -- Snow and ice engineering.
624.142 -- Low temperature effects.
621.3 -- Electrical engineering.
621.315.1 -- Electric cables, overhead.
E12 -- Glaciology: frozen ground / snow and ice engineering.
SPRI record no.: 119395

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