Progress in the determination of the dissipation factor tangent delta and/or the resistivity of dielectric liquids.
Abstractslt is unanimously accepted by those who work in the field of electrical, electronic and chemical engineering (both makers and users) that the characterization of the conduction of new and used liquids is of prime importance. A thorough knowledge of the liquid conduction is required at the time of the manufacturing of dielectric liquids, of the construction of an apparatus and, later on, during its lite : such a knowledge will be useful to perform on-site diagnosis of the liquidfilled equipment. lt is also of interest in other fields such as the manufacturing of insulating liquids, their handling and transportation.
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