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A simple cold-electrode erosion model for non-stationary arc spots: I. Application to electric arc heaters
(Inst Pure Applied PhysicsTokyoJapão, 2003)
Arc-flash energy: The impact of fuse link manufacturers
The traditional operational and hazard control paradigm of an electrical installation has several issues pertaining to the diversity of equipment. A large maintenance inventory is a reason for concern for any manager, but ...
Heat transfer and cold cathode erosion in electric arc heaters
(Ieee-inst Electrical Electronics Engineers IncNew York, 1997)
Heat recovery of dedusting systems in electric arc furnaces: concept of a bottoming cogeneration plant and techno-economic analysis
Steelworks require large amount of energy in reduction, fusion and refining processes. A mini-mill is a steelwork that produces steel by melting scrap metal, pig iron and metallic elements in electric arc furnaces. Depending ...
New Formula For The Rotational Velocity Of Magnetically Driven Arcs
(IOP, Bristol, United Kingdom, 2000)
Model of workpiece erosion for electrical discharge machining process
(Elsevier Science BvAmsterdamHolanda, 2006)
COLD ELECTRODE EROSION MODEL FOR UNSTEADY ARC SPOTS
(Begell House IncReddingEUA, 2011)
Peculiarity of current-voltage characteristics of transferred arc burning in a limited volume
(Taylor & Francis LtdAbingdonInglaterra, 2009)
The oscillatory bioelectrical signal from plants explained by a simulated electrical model and tested using Lempel-Ziv complexity
(ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 2011)
This paper demonstrates the oscillatory characteristics of electrical signals acquired from two ornamental plant types (Epipremnum pinnatum and Philodendron scandens - Family Araceae), using a noninvasive acquisition system. ...