Adding nanofillers in polymeric insulating materials: So far so good? The case of polypropylene for DC cables

Gian Carlo Montanari, Paolo Seri, Hadi Naderiallaf, Anke Blume, Amirhossein Mahtabani, Xiaozhen He, Gabriele Perego, Christelle Mazel, Mika Paajanen, Mikko Karttunen

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Abstract

This paper has the purpose to point at the weaknesses implicit in nanostructuration of insulating polymers for cable insulation, with reference to polypropylene and nanosilica. It also tries to single out which types of properties would be more or less affected by nanofiller introduction, and if in a positive or negative way, depending on nanofiller functionalization process. It is shown, for example, that nanofiller might increase, rather than decrease, space charge and conduction current, as an effect of functionalization, and that a decrease of space charge is not necessarily correlated to an increase of life.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2019 IEEE Electrical Insulation Conference, EIC 2019
PublisherIEEE
Pages477-480
Number of pages4
ISBN (Electronic)9781538676240
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2019
Event2019 IEEE Electrical Insulation Conference, EIC 2019 - Calgary, Canada
Duration: 16 Jun 201919 Jun 2019

Conference

Conference2019 IEEE Electrical Insulation Conference, EIC 2019
Abbreviated titleEIC 2019
CountryCanada
CityCalgary
Period16/06/1919/06/19

Keywords

  • conductivity
  • DC breakdown strength
  • HVDC
  • Nanodielectrics
  • Polymeric cable insulation
  • space charge

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