RESEARCH PROJECTS

Academic credit may be earned by students at all three degree levels (B. Sc., M. Sc., and Ph. D.) by working on specific research or design projects.
Undergraduate students normally choose relatively straightforward subjects while graduate (M. Sc., and Ph. D.) students take on increasing responsibilities in state-of-the-art research.
Current research projects of the High Voltage Laboratory faculty include:

   LIGHTNING PROTECTION RESEARCH PROJECTS:

                                                        

    

        

 

    

 

 

 

 

                                              

                                           3 m above the sea level                                                                        3 m above the sea level

                                            

 

                                       

                                             The CFO voltages of the fiberglass and wood poles                            The Added CFO voltages by fiberglass and wood poles to 15 kV polymer                                                      under wet conditions and positive polarity                                                      suspension insulators under wet condition positive polarity

             MW Test System


               Pulsating Frequency

Weibull Probability of Breakdown Time

 

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