HVES


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HVES

Abbreviation for high volt electrical stimulation.
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d](t) changing with angular frequency m and the attenuation coefficient o in the high-current circuit of the HVES with CSE;
2]; [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is the normalizing coefficient for the impulse current of the HVES, which varies aperiodically with time 1 [14].
at which, when passing through the circuit of the HVES with CSE of the impulse discharge current [i.
d](t) in the HVES discharge circuit with CSE in the range from zero to its maximum value [r.
d](t) in the HVES discharge circuit with powerful CSE and the time (s) corresponding to this current amplitude.
From (5) and (6), the generalized expression for the equivalent active resistance 11 (Q) of a single high-current plasma high-current spark discharge channel in the HVCAS placed in the HVES with CSE discharge circuit assumes the following final form:
c] values will be based on its own computational and experimental data obtained earlier for plasma spark discharge air passage in the high-current circuit of HVES with powerful CSE [15], According to the results of the studies presented in [15], for high-voltage atmospheric air switches at operating DC voltage up to [+ or -] 35 kV and pulse currents of microsecond duration in the discharge circuit of HVCAS capacitor bank with a low resistance RL-load at their amplitude up to [+ or -] 250 kA, characteristic for a pulse components artificial lightning current [16], the averaged conductivity value [gamma]c low-temperature plasma in a cylindrical channel HVCAS spark in the first approximation, taking into account (5) and (6) numerically from 4000 to 5000 [([OMEGA] x m).
where [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] the module of the electric charge flowing through the plasma channel of the spark discharge in the high-current circuit of the HVES with powerful CSE and the metal electrodes of the investigated HVCAS.
d](t) in the discharge chain of HVES with SNE according to the law of an exponentially damped sinusoid, the following relation can be used to calculate the charge [q.
e] can find the total energy release in the high-current air circuit of the HVES discharge circuit with CSE.
Approximate calculation of the electrical erosion of electrodes in the HVCAS of the discharge circuit of the HVES with CSE.