TECHNOLOGIES & APPLICATIONS
The super-high-voltage insulation is a combined insulation impregnated with a liquid dielectric. It is used to effect high-voltage insulation in lines transmitting high voltage pulses of amplitude up to 6 MV in pulsed power systems.
The novelty of the proposed insulation technique involves an unusual combination of dielectric components and technological features of preparation. This type of insulation substantially reduces the overall dimensions of high voltage pulse systems.
The know-how is rated in the H 01 F 2732 class of the International Classification and Indexing.
Fig 1. The pulse transformer of the MIG generator.
Fig. 2. The 3-MV pulse transformer developed under contract with an establishment of China.
The development is an outgrowth of a completed research work hose results are successfully harnessed in creating high voltage pulse generators, high-current electron beam accelerators, and generators of superpower X-rays.
Figure 1 and 2 presents the pulsed transformers of the generators rated at 3 MV with a pulse power of 1 TW built with the use of the insulation developed at the IHCE.
Full-scale testing results
The insulation has been tested many times in electric pulse generators with an energy of 350 kJ and has with stood without breakdowns 5,000 pulses with a peak voltage of 3 MV and 300 pulses with a peak voltage of 6 MV.
Suggestions for collaboration
It is suggested to make joint efforts in
- selling the know-how
- development and selling of high-power X-ray apparatus with an energy of up to 6 MeV intended for nondestructive inspection of large-sized objects using the insulation developed
- development and realization of the high-voltage units of pulse power systems
- development and selling of systems for testing radioelectronic apparatus under the conditions of intense pulsed electromagnetic, X-ray, and g-radiation.
For further information please contact
Nikolai A. Ratakhin
Corresponding Member of RAS, Director of the Institute, Head of the Department
Phone: (3822) 49-23-35
Fax: (3822) 49-16-77
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