Dielectric Strength Notes (PEP 5)
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Dielectric Strength Notes, (PEP 5), Notes 1-28, assembled by Dr. Carl E. Baum.

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DSN 1, J. C Martin, Comparison of Breakdown Voltages for Various Liquids Under One Set of Conditions, Nov 65, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 2, I. D. Smith, Pulse Breakdown of Transformer Oil, 11 Nov 65, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 3, J. C. Martin, Volume Effect of the Pulse Breakdown Voltage of Plastics 16 Nov 65, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 4, I. D. Smith, Impulse Breakdown of De-Ionized Water, 16 Nov 65, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 5, I. D. Smith, Revision of Breakdown Data Concerning Mylar, Spring 66, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 6, I. D. Smith, Breakdown Strength of "Tedlar" Polyvinal Fluoride as a Function of Volume Stressed, Summer 66, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 7, P. D. A. Champney, Impulse Breakdown of Deionized Water with Asymmetric Fields, 13 Oct 66, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 8, I. D. Smith, D. C. and Pulse Breakdown of Thin Plastic Films, Oct 66, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 9, I. D. Smith, Breakdown Strength of Ethylene Glycol, 66, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 10, H. G. Herbert, Velocity of Propagation of High Voltage Streamers in Several Liquids, 24. Oct 66, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 11, J. C. Martin, Pulse Life of Myler, 4 Nov 66, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 12, I. D. Smith, Breakdown of Transformer Oil, 10 Nov 66, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 13, I. D. Smith, Further Breakdown Data Concerning Water, Nov 66, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 14, J. C. Martin, Pulse Breakdown of Large Volumes of Mylar m Thm Sheets, 30 Mar 67, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 15, J. C. Martm, Pressure Dependency of the Pulse Breakdown of Gases 26 Sep 67, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 16, J. C. Martin and D. C. Breakdown Voltages of Non-Uniform Gaps in Air, 30 Jun 70, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 17, Not Currently Available

DSN 18, C. Buntschuh, B. Salkins, and M. Gilden, Nanosecond Pulse Breakdown Study, 21 Feb 63, Microwave Associates, RDAC- TDR-63-82

DSN 19, Not Currently Available

DSN 20, D. F. McDonald and S. J. Brient, Nanosecond Pulse Breakdown Initiation and Growth, Jan 64, BDM, RADC- TDR-63-525 Final

DSN 21, P. Felsenthal and J. M. Proud, Nanosecond Pulse Breakdown in Gases, Mar 64, Space Sciences Inc., RADC- TDR-64-38 Final

DSN 22, C. Buntschuh and M. Gilden, Nanosecond Pulse Breakdown Study at Microwave Frequencies, Jul 64, Microwave Associates, RADC- TDR-64-204 Final

DSN 23, D. F. McDonald, C. 1. Benning, and S. J. Brient, Investigation of the Statistics of Breakdown Using Nanosecond Pulse Techniques, Mar 65, RADC- TR-64-584 Final, Rome Air Development Center

DSN 24, P. Felsenthal and J. M. Proud, Nanosecond Pulse Breakdown in Gases, Jun 65, Space Sciences Inc., RADC-TR-65-142, AD 618918

DSN 25, Not Currently Available

DSN 26, J. Creedon, Volume-Dependent Electrical Breakdown in Solids, JUD 70, Physics International Company, PIIR-20-70

DSN 27, 1. C. Martin, HUN Lecture No. I, Jun 73, Atomic Weapons Research Establishment

DSN 28, D. C. dePackh, A Phenomenological Description of Spark Formation, 27 Oct 69, Naval Research Laboratories, ERAIR No.1


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