Results are presented for a study of the physicomechanical properties of zinc oxide ceramic varistors produced by the St Petersburg ZAO Zavod Élektrozashchitnykh Ustroistv (ZAO ZÉU) by a non-destructive acoustic method. With analysis of the results the desirability is demonstrated of using instruments for non-destructive monitoring in order to improve the quality of the ceramic varistors produced. The effectiveness is also established of using the method in question for determining the properties of developed larger diameter varistors.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 18, 2007
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