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2020-09-02

Specific Action as a Metric to Determine Thermal Degradation of Conductive Fabrics Exposed to High Current Impulses

By John Jairo Pantoja Acosta, Jorge Alejandro Cristancho Caviativa, Jorge Enrique Rodriguez Manrique, Carlos Andres Rivera Guerrero, Jose Francisco Román Campos, Jose Felix Vega Stavro, Chaouki Kasmi, and Fahad Saif Naser Harhara Alyafei
Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 105, 59-72, 2020
doi:10.2528/PIERC20052301

Abstract

In this paper, the thermal degradation of electro-conductive fabrics exposed to high current impulses is studied by using an equivalent resistive circuit and a technique commonly applied to the analysis of exploding wires. A method to estimate the threshold burst current of conductive fabrics is derived based on the so-called specific action, which is defined as the integral of the squared current density over the time applied at critical locations of the fabric such as the contact areas between yarns. The model has been experimentally validated on woven and non-woven fabrics using lightning impulse currents applied to the conductive fabrics coated with Cu-Ni alloy. A general rule for determining the dimensions of conductive fabrics as a function of the input-current specific-energy levels has also been derived.

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John Jairo Pantoja Acosta, Jorge Alejandro Cristancho Caviativa, Jorge Enrique Rodriguez Manrique, Carlos Andres Rivera Guerrero, Jose Francisco Román Campos, Jose Felix Vega Stavro, Chaouki Kasmi, and Fahad Saif Naser Harhara Alyafei, "Specific Action as a Metric to Determine Thermal Degradation of Conductive Fabrics Exposed to High Current Impulses," Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 105, 59-72, 2020.
doi:10.2528/PIERC20052301
http://jpier.org/PIERC/pier.php?paper=20052301

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