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Industrial Applications Perspective of
Enis Tuncer and Isidor Sauers
Applied Superconductivity Group, Fusion Energy Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
Oak Ridge TN 37831-6122, USA
The field of nanodielectrics has had a significant impact on voltage
endurance characteristics of electrical insulation. Improved time-to-
breakdown behavior, resulting in reduced aging of insulation, and
enhanced thermal stability are of considerable importance in
industrial applications. This chapter discusses several specific
aspects of nanodielectrics and their role in the future of electrical
insulation and dielectric sciences.
One should not forget that power technology-high-voltage
apparatus, transmission, and most electrical components-could not
exist without satisfactory electrical insulation. It is a challenging
task to design and optimize an electrical insulation system while
energy demand, voltage levels, and operating temperatures are either
increasing in conventional applications or decreasing to cryogenic
temperatures in superconducting applications. In addition, these
*Research sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy-Office of Electricity
Delivery and Energy Reliability, Superconductivity Program for Electric Power
Systems under contract DEACO5-000R22725 with Oak Ridge National
Laboratory, managed and operated by UT-Battelle, LLC.
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