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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 24/Jun/2019
8:00am
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5:30pm
Registration
Location: Cloister Courtyard
8:30am
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9:30am
Opening Ceremony
Location: Cloister Room
Chair: Massimo Pompili, University of Roma "La Sapienza", Italy
9:30am
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10:15am
S0: Tropper Lecture
Location: Cloister Room
Chair: Maks Babuder, Elektroinštitut Milan Vidmar, Slovenia
 

Transport of Heat and Mass with Electrical Field – from Earth to Space

Jamal Yagoobi

WPI, United States of America

10:15am
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10:45am
Coffee Break
Location: Cloister Courtyard
10:45am
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1:00pm
S1: Basic Properties and Fundamental Studies
Location: Cloister Room
Chair: Armando Francesco Borghesani, University of Padua, Italy
Chair: Lars Lundgaard, SINTEF Energy Research, Norway
 

Investigation of the factors affecting the dielectric dissipation factor of synthetic and natural esters

Penelope May Livesey, Mark Lashbrook, Russell Martin

M&I Materials, United Kingdom



Thermodynamic Model for the Mobility of Oxygen Anions in Dense Neon Gas

Armando Francesco Borghesani1, Frederic Aitken2

1: University of Padua,Italy; 2: University Grenoble Alpes, C.N.R.S., G2Elab



The Relationship Between the Physical, Chemical, and Functional Properties of Insulating Liquids

Edward Casserly

Ergon, United States of America



Numerical Study of the Thermal Excitation Applied to a Dielectric Liquid Film

Paul Leblanc1, Thierry Paillat1, Paul Daniel Stanley Clermont1, Xavier Sidambarompoulé2, Jeans-Charles Laurentie2, Petru Notingher2

1: Institut Ppirme (CNRS - Université de Poitiers - ISAE-ENSMA), France; 2: IES, Université de Montpellier, CNRS, MONTPELLIER, FRANCE



Electron Self-Trapping in Vortex Rings in Superfluid Helium

Alexey Khrapak, Sergey Bronin

Joint Institute for High Temperatures RAS, Russian Federation



Pressure Dependent Propagation of Positive Streamers in a long Point-Plane Gap in Transformer Oil

Dag Linhjell1, Lars E. Lundgaard1, Mikael Unge2

1: SINTEF Energy Research, Norway; 2: ABB Corporate Research, Västerås, Sweden



Infrared Cathodoluminescence of Xe2 Excimers in Xe-He and Xe-N2 Dense Gas Mixtures

Federico Chiossi1, Armando Francesco Borghesani1, Giovanni Carugno2

1: University of Padua, Italy; 2: INFN Sez. Padova, Italy



Excitation processes as a pathway for electron solvation in non-polar liquids

Daniel Cocks1, Ron White2

1: Australian National University, Australia; 2: James Cook University, Australia

1:00pm
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2:15pm
Lunch
Location: Cloister Courtyard
IAC Lunch/Meeting
Location: Room of the Frescoes

Only by invitation

2:15pm
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3:45pm
S2: Special Session on Electro-hydrodynamics
Location: Cloister Room
Chair: Christophe LOUSTE, P' institute University of Poitiers, France
Chair: Pedro A Vazquez, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
 

PIV flow measurements of conduction pumping flow created by nine pairs of asymmetric surface electrodes

Christophe Louste1, Philippe Traore1, Pedro Vasquez2, Jamal Seyed Yagoobi3

1: P' institute University of Poitiers, France; 2: Dpt. Fisica Aplicada III E.T.S.I., Unversidad de Sevilla; 3: Department of Mechanical Engineering Worcester Polytechnic Institute



A Non-destructive Thermal Stimulus Method as a Tool for studying the Electrical Double Layer

Xavier Sidambarompoulé1, Jean Charles Laurentie1, Petru Notingher1, Thierry Paillat2, Paul Leblanc2, Alain Toureille1, Gérard Touchard2, Olivier Guille1

1: IES, Université de Montpellier, CNRS, MONTPELLIER, FRANCE; 2: Institut Pprime, CNRS - Université de Poitiers - ISAE-ENSMA, POITIERS, FRANCE



Mapping the thickness of falling liquid films under ionic wind by a light absorption technique

Daniele Testi

DESTEC, University of Pisa, Italy



Conditions for explosive growth of free surface perturbations for a dielectric liquid in a normal electric field in confined axisymmetric geometry

Konstantin Bobrov1, Nikolay Zubarev1,2, Olga Zubareva1

1: Institute of Electrophysics, UB RAS, Russian Federation; 2: Lebedev Physical Institute, RAS, Russian Federation

3:45pm
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4:15pm
Coffee Break
Location: Cloister Courtyard
4:15pm
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5:45pm
P1-1: Poster Session on Basic Properties and Fundamental Studies
Location: Cloister Courtyard
Chair: Edward Casserly, Ergon, United States of America
Chair: Alexey Khrapak, Joint Institute for High Temperatures RAS, Russian Federation
 

Time-dependent dielectric behavior of mineral oil under the influence of different DC voltage conditions

Hans-Peter Öftering1, Patrick Rumpelt2, Andreas Küchler1, Frank Jenau2, Ronny Fritsche3

1: FHWS University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Germany; 2: TU Dortmund University, Dortmund, Germany; 3: Siemens AG, Nürnberg, Germany



15 min DC breakdown tests with liquid nitrogen

Stefan Fink, Volker Zwecker

KIT, Germany



Suspension Stability of Transformer Oil-based Nanofluids

Xinyi Ma, Ming Dong, Yang Li, Jiacheng Xie, Chongxing Zhang

Xi'an Jiaotong University, People's Republic of China



Influence of the Electrode Surface Roughness on the Electrical Conductivity of Pure Paraffin

Christian Dotterweich1, Fabian Dax1, Markus Zink1, John Popp2, Torsten Staab2, Gerhard Sextl2, Frank Berger3

1: Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Germany; 2: Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany; 3: Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany



Impact of Oil-Based Nanofluids on Partial Discharge Activity

Eman G. Atiya1, Diaa-Eldin A. Mansour1, Mohamed A. Izzularab2

1: Tanta University, Egypt; 2: Minoufiya University, Egypt



Investigation of Temperature Effect on Conductance Characteristics of Transformer Oil-based Nanofluids

Xinyi Ma, Ming Dong, Yang Li, Ming Ren, Jiacheng Xie

Xi'an Jiaotong University, China, People's Republic of



New equation for calculating electronic polarizability using refractometry

Dmitriy N. Putintsev1, Nikolay M. Putintsev2

1: Institute for Systems Analysis, FRC CSC RAS, Russian Federation; 2: Murmansk State Technical University



The theoretical study of dielectric properties of water using the modified Onsager-Kirkwood-Fröhlich theory

Dmitriy N. Putintsev1, Nikolay M. Putintsev2

1: Institute for Systems Analysis, FRC CSC RAS, Russian Federation; 2: Murmansk State Technical University



Comparative Dielectric properties of 1,2-dichloroethane with n-methylformamide and n,n-dimethylformamide using Time Domain Reflectometry Technique

Shagufta Tabassum1, V. P Pawar2

1: Research Scholar, Maharashtra Udayagiri Mahavidyalaya, Udgir-4137517, Latur, Maharashtra, India, India; 2: Principal, Sunderrao Solanke Mahavidyalaya, Majalgaon-431131, Beed, Maharashtra, India



Effect of Cumyl Alcohol in Multilayer Dielectric on Space Charge Build Up

Benny Reinmart1,3, Gilbert Teyssedre2, Severine Le Roy2, Ngapuli Irmea Sinisuka1

1: Bandung Institute of Technology,Indonesia; 2: Université Paul Sabatier, LAPLACE, France; 3: PT. PLN (Persero), Indonesia



Electrothermal Coupling Simulation of Termination Insulation of Superconducting Energy Pipeline

Bo Song, Xuze Gao, Ming Ren, Tianxin Zhuang, Ming Dong

Xi'an Jiaotong University, China, People's Republic of



DC breakdown and space charge characteristics of mineral oil impregnated thermally upgraded paper with different ageing conditions

Runhao Zou, Jian Hao, Ruijin Liao

State Key Laboratory of Power Equipment & System Security and New Technology College of Electrical Engineering Chongqing University, China, People's Republic of



Electron transport and propagation of negative streamers in liquid-phase xenon

Sasa Dujko1, Ilija Simonovic1, Danko Bosnjakovic1, Zoran Petrovic1,2, Ronald White3

1: Institute of Physics Belgrade, Serbia; 2: Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Serbia; 3: James Cook University, Australia



Influence of Polarity Effect and Internal Impurity on the Breakdown Voltage of Palm Oil under Inhomogeneous Electric Field

Moch Dhofir, Rini Nur Hasanah, Hadi Suyono

Universitas Brawijaya, Indonesia



Breakdown Voltage of Palm Oil under Inhomogeneous Electric Field

Rini Nur Hasanah, Moch Dhofir, Hadi Suyono

Universitas Brawijaya, Indonesia



SPACE CHARGE EFFECT ON THE ELECTROPHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LIQUID DIELECTRICS

Borys Dikarev, Genadii Karasev, Serhii Sokolovsky, Oleksii Karasev

Prydniprovska State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Ukraine



The effects of TiO2 nanoparticles on insulation and charge transport characteristics of aged transformer oil

Zhen Sun1, Yang Ge1, Yuzhen Lv1, Meng Huang1, ChengRong Li1, Yuefan Du2

1: NCEPU, China, People's Republic of; 2: Tianjin Power Company of State Grid Tianjin, China



Influence of Water Contaminants on the Breakdown Voltage and Leakage Current of Palm Oil under Inhomogeneous Electric Field

Hadi Suyono, Moch Dhofir, Rini Nur Hasanah

Universitas Brawijaya, Indonesia



Temperature dependence of the shear viscosity of mineral oils and natural esters

Giovanni De Bellis1,2, Luigi Calcara1, Massimo Pompili1, Maria Sabrina Sarto1

1: DIAEE-Dept of Astronautical, Electrical and Energy Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; 2: CNIS-Research Center on Nanotechnology Applied to Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy



Studies on the Criteria for the Classification in Complementary Predictive Techniques applied in the Analysis of the Insulation System of Power Transformers

André Pereira Marques1,2, Marcos Reginaldo Blanco1, Cacilda de Jesus Ribeiro3, Yuri Andrade Dias3, Cláudio Henrique Bezerra Azevedo1, Leonardo da Cunha Brito3

1: ENEL Distribution Goiás; 2: Federal Institute of Goiás; 3: School of Electrical, Mechanical and Computer Engineering - Federal University of Goiás



Influence of Location of Pressboard Barrier on the Development of Electrical Discharges in Synthetic Esters and Mineral Oil at Negative LIV

Bartlomiej Pasternak1, Pawel Rozga1, Kevin Rapp2

1: Lodz University of Technology, Poland; 2: Cargill - Dielectric Fluids



Comparison of the charge trapping tendency between ester impregnated cellulose sheets and mineral oil ones

Fabrizio Negri1, Andrea Cavallini2

1: Trench Italia, Italy; 2: DEI Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell'Energia Elettrica, Bologna



Influence of Conductive Nanoparticles on the Breakdown Voltage of Mineral Oil, Synthetic and Natural Ester Oil-based Nanofluids

Usama Khaled1, Abderrahmane Beroual2

1: Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering, King Saud University P.O. Box. 800, Riyadh 11421, Saudi Arabia; 2: University of Lyon, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, AMPERE Lab CNRS, France

P1-2: Poster Session on Electro-hydrodynamics
Location: Cloister Courtyard
Chair: Igor Timoshkin, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
 

Study of the Dielectric Behavior of HFE-7000 in Function of Electric Field and Temperature Variations

Michelle Nassar1, Christophe Louste1, Nicolas Chauris1, Philippe Traore1, Jamal Seyed-Yagoobi2, Michel Daaboul3, Anny Michel1

1: Institute Pprime, France; 2: Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA; 3: University of Balamand, Lebanon



Computation the effective dielectric constant of nano-probe local surrounding by solvatochromic spectral shift measurement of organic dye molecule

Peter Lebedev-Stepanov, Anastasia Stepko

Photochemistry Center FSRC “Crystallography Photonics” RAS, Russian Federation



Effect of Electric Nusselt number on Electro-Thermo-Convection in dielectric liquid subjected to unipolar injection

Dantchi Koulova1, Hubert Romat2, Philippe Traore2

1: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria; 2: P’ Institute of Poitiers, Department of Fluids, Thermal and Combustion Sciences, EHD Team, CNRS / University of Poitiers/ ENSMA ISAE Futuroscope, France.



Dielectric droplet on a superhydrophobic substrate in an electric field

Alexandr Leonidovich Kupershtokh1,2, Dmitry Alexandrovich Medvedev2

1: Novosibirsk State University; 2: Institute of Hydrodynamics of Siberian Branch of RAS



EHD Pumping in Flexible Conic Nozzle

Pedro A Vazquez1, Jamal Seyed-Yagoobi2, Philippe Traore3, Christophe Louste3

1: Universidad de Sevilla, Spain; 2: Worcester Polytechnic Institute; 3: Institut PPRIME



Experimental study and numerical simulation of partial discharges in deformed bubbles in transformer oil

Denis I. Karpov1, Sergey M. Korobeynikov1,2, Marina B. Meredova1, Alexander V. Ridel1,2, Alexander V. Ovsyannikov2, Alexander L. Kupershtokh1

1: Lavrentyev institute of hydrodynamics of Siberian branch of russian academy of sciences, Russian Federation; 2: Novosibirsk State Technical University



Heat Transfer Enhancement in a Dielectric Coolant by Electroconvection in Point-Plane Geometry

Daniele Testi

DESTEC, University of Pisa, Italy



Analytical model of the flow electrification of a liquid under charging conditions

Stanley Paul Daniel Clermont

Laboratoire des Sciences de l’Environnement et de l’Energie (LS2E), Haiti



Conical structures on the surface of a liquid with ion current in the space-charge limited mode

Mark Belyaev1, Nikolay Zubarev1,2, Olga Zubareva1

1: Institute of Electrophysics, UB RAS, Russian Federation; 2: Lebedev Physical Institute, RAS, Russian Federation



Numerical simulation of the wave breaking process on the surface of a dielectric liquid in a tangential electric field

Evgeny Kochurin

Institute of Electrophysics, Ural Division of RAS, Russian Federation



Experimental Investigation of the Influence of Electric Charge on the Behavior of Water Droplets in Electric Fields

Jens-Michael Löwe, Volker Hinrichsen

Technische Universtität Darmstadt, High-Voltage Laboratories, Germany



The Streamer Discharge Simulation of Transformer Oil-based Nanofluid

Xinyi Ma, Ming Dong, Yang Li, Ming Ren, Yizhuo Hu

Xi'an Jiaotong University, China, People's Republic of



Numerical study of electrically induced flow by conduction mechanism in a blade-plane configuration.

Philippe Traore1, Christophe Louste1, Umesh Seth1, Pédro Vazquez2, Jamal Yagoobi3

1: Institut PPRIME, France; 2: Universidad de Sevilla, Spain; 3: Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA



Numerical investigation of EHD pumping through conduction phenomenon in a rectangular channel.

Philippe Traoré1, Christophe Louste1, Umesh Seth1, Pédro Vazquez2, Jamal Yagoobi3

1: Institut PPRIME, France; 2: Universidad de Sevilla, Spain; 3: Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA

5:50pm CARGILL Evening
Location: Bus Meeting Point

 
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