Presents all-new laboratory-tested theory for calculating more accurate ionized electric fields to aid in designing high-voltage devices and its components
Understanding and accurately calculating corona originated electric fields are important issues for scientists who are involved in electromagnetic and electrostatic studies. High-voltage dc lines and equipment, in particular, can generate ion flows that can give rise to environmental inconveniences.
Filamentary Ion Flow: Theory and Experiments provides interdisciplinary theoretical arguments to attain a final model for computational electrostatics in the presence of flowing space charge. Based on years of extensive lab tests pertaining to the physical performance of unipolar corona ion flows, the book covers the enlarging of conventional electrostatic applications, which allows for some emerging and uncharted interests to be explored.
Filamentary Ion Flow:
- Examines the theoretical discussions for creating a model of computational electrostatics involved with flowing space charges
- Presents new theory and experimental data based on extensive testing
- Offers potential design applications utilizing the theory
- Helps scientists who are involved in electromagnetic and electrostatic studies understand and accurately calculate corona originated ion flow fields
Filamentary Ion Flow: Theory and Experiments is ideal for electrical engineers and research scientists interested in high-voltage technology, computational electrostatics, and electromagnetic theory.
Keywords: Electromagnetic Theory, Drifting ion theory, electrostatics, electrostatic phenomena, unipolar corona ion flows, computational electrostatics, electrical engineering, Francesco Lattrulo, Vitantianio Amoruso