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EMD 2023-03-03
15:45
Saitama NIT and Online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Break arc characteristics of AgSnO2 contacts in an inductive load circuit up to DC20V
Shota Kosugi, Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Science and Technology)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
EMD 2022-03-04
15:00
Online Online Effect of inductance and magnetic blowout on DC arc discharge when contacts opened
Yuuto Waragai, Kiyoshi Yoshida, Koichiro Sawa (NIT) EMD2021-20
DC current switching has been getting important as DC grid systems and electrical vehicles have been more popular. As we... [more] EMD2021-20
pp.31-36
EMD 2020-03-06
16:35
Chiba CHIBA Institute of Technology Tsudanuma Campus
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Influence of Magnetic Flux Density and Breaking Speed on Magnetic Blowout of DC Arc Discharge
Hiroki Yamauchi, Hayato Watanabe, Koichiro Sawa, Kiyoshi Yoshida (NIT) EMD2019-71
The arc duration time ta and the arc energy Ea when a magnetic flux was applied to the electrical contact were measured.... [more] EMD2019-71
pp.61-64
EMD 2019-03-01
14:45
Tokyo   Influence of current and magnetic flux density on magnetic blow-out on arc discharge at breaking of electrical contacts
Mano Kenta, Koichiro Sawa, KIyoshi Yoshida (NIT) EMD2018-69
Recently, applications using DC high voltage are increasing. In the DC circuit, there is a method called "magnetic blow-... [more] EMD2018-69
pp.53-57
EMD, R 2019-02-15
13:30
Osaka   Influence of width of magnets on shape of break arcs magnetically blown-out in a 500VDC/10A resistive circuit
Yuta Kaneko, Sekikawa Junya (Shizuoka Univ.) R2018-53 EMD2018-54
Silver electrical contacts are separated at constant opening speed in a 500VDC resistive circuit. Break arcs are extingu... [more] R2018-53 EMD2018-54
pp.7-12
EMD 2018-11-09
14:25
Tokyo The University of Electro-Communications Characteristics of arc duration at breaking contacts for low DC current with magnetic blow-out effect
Kiyoshi Yoshida, Kenta Mano, Koichiro Sawa (NIT), Kenji Suzuki (Fuji Electric FA Components & Systems) EMD2018-43
It is well-known that magnetic blow-out is an very useful method to extinguish quickly arc discharge at interrupting DC ... [more] EMD2018-43
pp.13-19
EMD 2018-05-18
13:30
Hokkaido Muroran Institute of Technology Influence of Magnetic Flux Density and Breaking Velocity and Source Voltage on Magnetic Blow-out Behavior of DC High Voltage Arc
Kiyoshi Yoshida, Koichiro Sawa (NIT), Kenji Suzuki (Fuji Electric FA Components & Systems) EMD2018-2
Recently, the applications for make and break DC power supply circuits such as solar power generation and electric vehic... [more] EMD2018-2
pp.7-12
EMD 2018-03-02
13:35
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology Influence of Magnetic Flux Density on Blow-out Behavior of DC High Voltage Arc
Tsubasa Umezawa, Toshiya Morita, Koichiro Sawa, Kiyoshi Yoshida (NIT) EMD2017-59
Solar power generation and electric vehicles (EV) that use high current with high DC voltage are increasing. The role o... [more] EMD2017-59
pp.9-12
EMD 2017-11-17
15:40
Tokyo The University of Electro-Communications Break Arcs Magnetically Blown-out in Nitrogen or Air in a DC High Voltage Resistive Circuit
Akinori Ishihara, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ.) EMD2017-52
Electrical contacts are separated at constant speed and break arcs are generated in nitrogen or air in a 200V-450V DC /1... [more] EMD2017-52
pp.53-57
EMD 2017-10-20
13:45
Yamanashi Kofu-shi-Shoukoukaigisyo (Kofu) Break Arcs Magnetically Blown-out in Nitrogen in a DC High Voltage Resistive Circuit
Akinori Ishihara, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ.) EMD2017-39
Electrical contacts are separated at constant speed and break arcs are generated in nitrogen in a 200V-450V DC /10A res... [more] EMD2017-39
pp.7-11
EMD 2017-05-19
15:35
Hokkaido Chitose Arcadia Plaza Shortening effect of duration of break arc by air blow and magnetic blow-out
Ryuichiro Yamamura, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ) EMD2017-4
In a DC high voltage circuit, Ag contacts was attached to a constant speed breaking device to generate break arcs. Suppl... [more] EMD2017-4
pp.19-24
EMD 2016-12-16
14:55
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Dependence of Arc Length at Arc Extinction of Break Arcs Magnetically Blown-out on Contact Material in DC High Voltage Circuit
Akinori Ishihara, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ.) EMD2016-67
Electrical contacts are separated at constant speed and break arcs are generated in a 200V-450V DC /10A resistive circu... [more] EMD2016-67
pp.13-18
EMD 2016-11-03
15:25
Hyogo Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center Dependence of Arc Duration of Break Arcs Magnetically Blown-out on Contact Material in 200V-450VDC/10A Circuit
Akinori Ishihara, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ.) EMD2016-55
Electrical contacts are separated at constant speed and break arcs are generated in a 200V-450VDC/10A resistive circuit.... [more] EMD2016-55
pp.29-34
EMD 2016-11-04
11:00
Hyogo Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center Effect of Magnetic Blow-out of Break Arcs with air flow Occurring between Silver Electrical Contacts with Copper Runners
Haruki Miyagawa, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ) EMD2016-61
Arc runners are fixed on silver electrical contacts. Break arcs are generated between the contacts in a 450VDC circuit. ... [more] EMD2016-61
pp.63-68
EMD 2015-11-05
14:55
Miyagi Tohoku University, School of engineering, Aoba memorial hall Magnetic Blow-out of Break Arcs Occurring between Silver Electrical Contacts with Copper Runners
Haruki Miyagawa, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ) EMD2015-69
Arc runners are fixed on silver electrical contacts. Break arcs are generated between the contacts in a 450VDC circuit. ... [more] EMD2015-69
pp.11-16
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