Regarding the Equivalent Circuit to Represent Dielectric Fluid

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  1. yoyoyeoh

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    Hi, I am a student taking Adv Diploma in Electronics Engineering in Malaysia...
    Im facing a problem in my project...
    My college have no such a high-end equipment for high power testing (about 20kv+), and i need a equivalent circuit to complete my simulation...
    is there any electrical equivalent circuit to represent a dielectric fluid e.g. oil?

    appreciate to get your reply...
    thank you
     
  2. crutschow

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    From an electrical point of view, a dielectric fluid is like any solid dielectric. You just need to know its dielectric constant when calculating its effect on electric fields.
     
  3. yoyoyeoh

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    can u please explain in detail? by giving an example?
     
  4. crutschow

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