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BSI - BS 5797

Methods for Measurement of Gassing of Insulating Liquids Under Electrical Stress and Ionization

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Organization: BSI
Publication Date: 29 August 1986
Status: active
Page Count: 22
ICS Code (Insulating fluids in general): 29.040.01
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Two procedures for measuring the tendency of gas to be evolved or absorbed when an oil is subjected to sufficiently high electrical stress to cause an electrical discharge.

Document History

BS 5797
August 29, 1986
Methods for Measurement of Gassing of Insulating Liquids Under Electrical Stress and Ionization
Two procedures for measuring the tendency of gas to be evolved or absorbed when an oil is subjected to sufficiently high electrical stress to cause an electrical discharge.
October 31, 1979
Method for measurement of the rate of gassing of cable and capacitor insulating oils under electrical stress and ionization
Describes a procedure for measuring the rate at which gas is evolved or absorbed when an oil is subjected to a sufficiently high electrical stress. Gives a formula for calculating the gassing...

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