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The influence of moisture absorption on surface potential decay of nanosilica-based polyethylene nanocomposite film

The influence of moisture absorption on surface potential decay of nanosilica-based polyethylene nanocomposite film
The influence of moisture absorption on surface potential decay of nanosilica-based polyethylene nanocomposite film
The surface potential decay measurement of the blend polyethylene nanocomposites film containing the untreated and treated (trimethoxy (propyl)silane) nanosilica is conducted in this research for further studying how nanoparticles and moisture absorption affect the charge transport and electrical properties. The surface potential decay measurements were investigated over the negative corona charged voltage in a controlled environment where the temperature and relative humidity were kept at 23 ℃ and 30 % respectively. All specimen were grouped and conditioned as a function of relative humidity. Comparing with the reference sample (non-filled and dry), the surface potential decay rate decreases initially and then increases with the nanosilica loading ratio while it increases monotonically with the absorbed water .
Wang, Yan
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Xu, Zhiqiang
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Chen, Guanghui
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Vaughan, Alun
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Wang, Yan
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Xu, Zhiqiang
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Chen, Guanghui
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Vaughan, Alun
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Wang, Yan, Xu, Zhiqiang, Chen, Guanghui and Vaughan, Alun (2016) The influence of moisture absorption on surface potential decay of nanosilica-based polyethylene nanocomposite film. 1st International Conference on Dielectrics, France. 02 - 06 Jul 2016. 4 pp . (doi:10.1109/ICD.2016.7547548).

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Abstract

The surface potential decay measurement of the blend polyethylene nanocomposites film containing the untreated and treated (trimethoxy (propyl)silane) nanosilica is conducted in this research for further studying how nanoparticles and moisture absorption affect the charge transport and electrical properties. The surface potential decay measurements were investigated over the negative corona charged voltage in a controlled environment where the temperature and relative humidity were kept at 23 ℃ and 30 % respectively. All specimen were grouped and conditioned as a function of relative humidity. Comparing with the reference sample (non-filled and dry), the surface potential decay rate decreases initially and then increases with the nanosilica loading ratio while it increases monotonically with the absorbed water .

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Published date: 23 August 2016
Venue - Dates: 1st International Conference on Dielectrics, France, 2016-07-02 - 2016-07-06

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Local EPrints ID: 422867
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/422867
PURE UUID: 7b1d1062-6f41-4d81-9781-86c9aa04f069
ORCID for Zhiqiang Xu: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6640-7335
ORCID for Alun Vaughan: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0535-513X

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Date deposited: 07 Aug 2018 16:30
Last modified: 18 Feb 2021 17:14

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Author: Yan Wang
Author: Zhiqiang Xu ORCID iD
Author: Guanghui Chen
Author: Alun Vaughan ORCID iD

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