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Évaluation du potentiel électrique à la surface des dispositifsenrobés*

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 April 1998

V. G. Mazauric*
Affiliation:
Schneider Electric, Centre de Recherche/A2, 38050 Grenoble Cedex 9, France
G. N. Segarceanu
Affiliation:
Schneider Electric, Centre de Recherche/A2, 38050 Grenoble Cedex 9, France
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Abstract

We present an iterative method for the determination of the potential map of the conducting skin coating on the surface of cast resin electrical devices. The efficiency of the procedure is shown on an exactly solvable case (bus bar). For complex devices, it is shown that the original 3D problem often degenerates into two standard 2D resolutions and one iteration. This point is illustrated with a one-phase Cast Resin Transformer.

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© EDP Sciences, 1998

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Le contenu de cet article a été présenté à NUMELEC'97.

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