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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
EMD 2019-03-01
10:35
Tokyo   A study in influences of external magnetic field on break arc characteristics of AgSnO2 contacts in a DC inductive load circuit up to 20V-17A up to 20V-17A
Seika Tokumitsu, Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Science & Technology) EMD2018-59
For the purpose of investigating influences of application of an external magnetic field on shortenings of break arc dur... [more] EMD2018-59
pp.1-6
EMD 2019-01-18
15:30
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Influences of contact opening speeds and external magnetic field on shortening of break arc durations of AgSnO2 contacts in a DC inductive load circuit up to 20V-17A
Seika Tokumitsu, Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Science & Technology) EMD2018-52
In a DC inductive (L=5.7mH) load circuit, a AgSnO2 contact pair with applied external magnetic field of about 120mT was ... [more] EMD2018-52
pp.23-28
EMD 2016-11-03
15:50
Hyogo Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center Experimental Equipment Including a Contact Opening Apparatus and Capacitors for High-Current Break Arcs Generated in a 48VDC/250A Resistive Circuit
Ryuichi Takano, Akinori Ishihara, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ) EMD2016-56
Experimental equipment including a contact opening apparatus and capacitors for high-current break arcs is reported. The... [more] EMD2016-56
pp.35-39
EMD 2016-05-20
14:50
Hokkaido Chitose Arcadia Plaza Influence of electrical contact material on breaking characteristics of arc discharge at DC high voltage -- Experimental results from DC200 to 500V of various materials --
Kiyoshi Yoshida, Koichiro Sawa, Hikaru Kanou, Hiroto Yamagishi (NIT), Kenji Suzuki, Koetsu Takaya (Fuji FA Comp.& Sys.) EMD2016-4
The experimental apparatus that is able to set opening velocity at wide-range of 1-200mm/s with an equal speed was used ... [more] EMD2016-4
pp.19-24
EMD 2016-03-04
14:55
Saitama   Influence of Opening Velocity and Contact Material on Various Characteristics in Break Arc
Hikaru Kanou, Hiroto Yamagishi, Koichiro Sawa, Kiyoshi Yoshida (NIT) EMD2015-104
The experimental apparatus that is able to set opening velocity at wide-range of 1-200mm/s with an equal speed was used ... [more] EMD2015-104
pp.21-24
EMD, CPM, OME 2015-06-19
16:45
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. An experimental study on break arc characteristics of AgSnO2 contact pairs at interruptions of DC load currents with different contact opening speeds
Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Science & Technology) EMD2015-19 CPM2015-29 OME2015-32
In DC load circuit conditions with a power supply voltage of DC14V, break operations of a load current in the range from... [more] EMD2015-19 CPM2015-29 OME2015-32
pp.47-50
EMD 2015-03-06
15:35
Chiba Chiba Institute of Technology Influence of Opening Velocity on Various Characteristics in Break Arc
Syogo Funawatari, Koichiro Sawa, Kiyoshi Yoshida (NIT) EMD2014-119
Recently, the demand to interrupt the DC high voltage and the large-current by electric contact has increased. Experime... [more] EMD2014-119
pp.29-32
EMD 2015-01-23
13:55
Kanagawa   An experimental study on influences of contact opening speeds on break arc characteristics of AgSnO2 contact pair at interruptions of inductive DC load currents
Makoto Hasegawa, Nanami Ohkawa, Hiroya Sonobe (Chitose Inst. of Science & Technology) EMD2014-102
In a DC inductive load circuit (L=20mH) with a power supply voltage of DC14V, break operations of a load current in the ... [more] EMD2014-102
pp.7-10
EMD 2014-12-19
15:35
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Influence of Opening Velocity on Characteristics of Break Arc Extinction -- An experimental results for DC200V, Ag contacts --
Kiyoshi Yoshida, Koichiro Sawa, Syogo Funawatari (NIT), Kenji Suzuki, Koetsu Takaya (Fuji Electric) EMD2014-98
Recently, the demand to cut the DC high voltage and the heavy-current by electric contact has risen. Experimental appar... [more] EMD2014-98
pp.19-24
EMD 2014-11-30
15:35
Hokkaido Chitose Cultural Center Influences of contact opening speeds on break arc behaviors of AgSnO2 contact pairs in DC inductive load conditions
Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Science and Tech.) EMD2014-93
Break operations of a DC inductive (L=20mH) current at about 1A, 3A and 5A with 14V were conducted with AgSnO2 contact p... [more] EMD2014-93
pp.161-164
EMD 2014-05-16
14:20
Miyagi Ishinomaki Senshu University An experimental study on relationships between break arc durations and contact opening speeds of Ag and AgSnO2 contact pairs in DC load circuits
Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Science and Technology) EMD2014-4
In a DC inductive load circuit (L=20mH) with a power supply voltage of DC14V, break operations of a load current in the ... [more] EMD2014-4
pp.19-22
EMD 2013-11-17
11:35
Overseas Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, P.R.China An experimental study on influences of contact opening speeds on break arc characteristics of Ag and AgSnO2 contacts
Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Science & Tech.) EMD2013-112
In a DC inductive load circuit (L=20mH) with a power supply voltage of DC14V, break operations of a load current in the ... [more] EMD2013-112
pp.155-158
EMD, CPM, OME 2013-06-21
14:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. An experimental study on influences of contact opening speeds on break arc durations of Ag and AgSnO2 contacts
Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Science and Tech.) EMD2013-15 CPM2013-30 OME2013-38
In a DC inductive load circuit (L=20mH) and a DC resistive load circuit with a power supply voltage of DC14V, break oper... [more] EMD2013-15 CPM2013-30 OME2013-38
pp.43-48
EMD 2010-12-17
13:00
Tokyo Tamagawa University Arc Duration at Opening Carbon Contacts -- Comparison of Measured and Calculated Values at Opening Speed of about 0.9 m/s --
Keiichi Suhara (TNCT) EMD2010-129
A study has been made on usability of Ayrton’s carbon arc V-I characteristics and the author’s arc V-I characteristics i... [more] EMD2010-129
pp.1-4
EMD 2010-11-11
08:30
Overseas Xi'an Jiaotong University Dependence of the Break arcs Driven by Transverse Magnetic Field on the Contact Opening Speed in a DC High-voltage Resistive Circuit
Tomohiro Atsumi, Junya Sekikawa, Takayoshi Kubono (Shizuoka Univ.) EMD2010-67
Break arcs are generated between pure silver electrical contacts in a DC high-voltage resistive circuit. The break arc i... [more] EMD2010-67
pp.1-4
EMD 2009-12-18
13:55
Chiba   An experimental study on relationships between contact opening speeds and arc extinction gap lengths at break of Ag contacts
Makoto Hasegawa, Asuka Sudo (Chitose Inst. of Sci. & Tech.) EMD2009-108
In order to study the influences of contact opening speeds on arc extinction gap length characteristics, Ag contacts wer... [more] EMD2009-108
pp.11-16
CPM, EMD, OME 2009-06-19
16:45
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. An experimental study on influences of contct opening speeds on break arc characteristics of Ag contacts
Asuka Sudo, Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Sci. & Tech.) EMD2009-20 CPM2009-32 OME2009-27
In order to study the influences of contact opening speeds on break arc behaviors, Ag contacts were operated to break in... [more] EMD2009-20 CPM2009-32 OME2009-27
pp.33-38
EMD 2007-11-14
14:20
Shizuoka Actcity Hamamatsu An experimental study of influences of contact opening speeds on arcing behaviors of silver contacts
Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Science and Tech.) EMD2007-79
In order to study the influence of contact opening speeds on break arc behaviors, Ag contacts were operated to break ind... [more] EMD2007-79
pp.61-66
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