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Characterization and causes of continuity faults within enamels and at the enamel/copper interface

Characterization and causes of continuity faults within enamels and at the enamel/copper interface

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A taxonomy has been developed for dielectric failures occuring in enamel coated copper magnet wires during application of high voltage alternating current. Defects have been identified using metallo ...
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Number of pages:9
Year published:1994
Weight:0.2500
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By Horace Pops and Julie Walker, Essex Group, Inc., USA.
1994
 
A taxonomy has been developed for dielectric failures occuring in enamel coated copper magnet wires during application of high voltage alternating current.Defects have been identified using metallographic examination, elemental analysis and scanning electron microscopy, and can be broken down into six distinct major classifications contingent upon their origins.Comparisons between continuity faults and flaws associated with beady wire are discussed.
  
 
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