High-tension insulator porcelain

W. D. A. Peaslee
1920 Journal of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers  
Porcelain used in the manufacture of high-tension insulators must meet certain requirements as to mechanical strength, ability to resist, sudden changes of temperature, porosity, homogeneity and temperature, coefficient of resistivity. A further suggestion as to the influences of the Piezo electric effect and the deterioration of seemingly perfect porcelain is presented with a brief discussion of the degree of progress made in the art to date.
doi:10.1109/joaiee.1920.6591047 fatcat:is54s6c3grai3cl7jw72z6nici