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Current Interruption in High-Voltage Networks

  • Klaus Ragaller

Part of the Earlier Brown Boveri Symposia book series (EBBS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Introduction and Survey: Physical and Network Phenomena

    1. K. Ragaller, K. Reichert
      Pages 1-28
  3. Current-Zero Regime / Thermal Interruption Mode

  4. Peak Regime of Recovery Voltage / Dielectric Interruption Mode

    1. J. L. Diesendorf, S. K. Lowe, L. Saunders
      Pages 231-268
    2. T. H. Teich, W. S. Zaengl
      Pages 269-297
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 355-360

About this book

Introduction

Shortly after the establishment of the Brown Boveri Research Center in 1967, plans were developed to organize a series of Brown Boveri Scientific Symposia, each hav­ ing a different topic, to be held every other year in Baden. We choose the subject for a symposium with the following requirements in mind: It should characterize a part of a scientific discipline; in other words it should concern an area of scholarly study and research. It should be of current interest in the sense that important results have recent­ ly been obtained and considerable research is under \\dY in the world's scientific community. It should bear some relation to the scientific and technological activity of the Company. These symposia are intimately related to one of the very basic concepts which have governed the work of many modern manufacturing companies: close coupling be­ tween science and engineering. It is to this coupling that we owe the technical stan­ dard of our products, and it is this coupling which we hope to be furthered by our symposia.

Keywords

circuit energy engine high voltage high-voltage manufacturing network research science

Editors and affiliations

  • Klaus Ragaller
    • 1
  1. 1.BBC Brown, Boveri & Company LimitedSwitzerland

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