Steven A. Boggs, steven.boggs@ieee.org
Steven A. Boggs, steven.boggs@ieee.org
Nonlinear Sysems, Inc., formerly Institute of Materials Science, University of Connecticut
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Fundamental limitations in the measurement of corona and partial discharge
SA Boggs, GC Stone
IEEE Transactions on Electrical Insulation, 143-150, 1982
2071982
Partial discharge: overview and signal generation
SA Boggs
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 6 (4), 33-39, 1990
1961990
Inhomogeneous field breakdown in GIS-the prediction of breakdown probabilities and voltages. I. Overview of a theory for inhomogeneous field breakdown in SF 6
N Wiegart, L Niemeyer, F Pinnekamp, J Kindersberger, R Morrow, ...
Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on 3 (3), 923-930, 1988
181*1988
Fundamentals of partial discharge in the context of field cable testing
S Boggs, J Densley
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 16 (5), 13-18, 2000
1782000
Effect of insulation properties on the field grading of solid dielectric DC cable
S Boggs, DH Damon, J Hjerrild, JT Holboll, M Henriksen
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 16 (4), 456-461, 2001
1752001
Rational design of all organic polymer dielectrics
V Sharma, C Wang, RG Lorenzini, R Ma, Q Zhu, DW Sinkovits, G Pilania, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-8, 2014
1742014
Disconnect switch induced transients and trapped charge in gas-insulated substations
SA Boggs, FY Chu, N Fujimoto, A Krenicky, A Plessl, D Schlicht
IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems, 3593-3602, 1982
1691982
Historical introduction to capacitor technology
J Ho, TR Jow, S Boggs
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 26 (1), 20-25, 2010
1582010
Partial discharge. XXII. High frequency attenuation in shielded solid dielectric power cable and implications thereof for PD location
S Boggs, A Pathak, P Walker
Electrical Insulation Magazine, IEEE 12 (1), 9-16, 1996
1491996
Inhomogeneous field breakdown in GIS-the prediction of breakdown probabilities and voltages. I. Overview of a theory for inhomogeneous field breakdown in SF/sub 6
N Wiegart, L Niemeyer, F Pinnekamp, J Kindersberger, R Morrow, ...
IEEE transactions on power delivery 3 (3), 923-930, 1988
141*1988
Partial discharge. III. Cavity-induced PD in solid dielectrics
SA Boggs
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 6 (6), 11-16, 1990
1361990
Inhomogeneous field breakdown in GIS-the prediction of breakdown probabilities and voltages. I. Overview of a theory for inhomogeneous field breakdown in SF/sub 6
N Wiegart, L Niemeyer, F Pinnekamp, J Kindersberger, R Morrow, ...
IEEE transactions on power delivery 3 (3), 923-930, 1988
1341988
Propagation of partial discharge pulses in shielded power cable
GC Stone, SA Boggs
1982 Annual Report of the Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric …, 1982
1241982
Diffusion of low molecular weight siloxane from bulk to surface
H Homma, T Kuroyagi, K Izumi, CL Mirley, J Ronzello, SA Boggs
IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation 6 (3), 370-375, 1999
1211999
Transient ground potential rise in gas insulated substations-experimental studies
N Fujimoto, EP Dick, SA Boggs, GL Ford
IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems, 3603-3609, 1982
931982
A rational consideration of space charge
S Boggs
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 20 (4), 22-27, 2004
922004
Techniques and instrumentation for measurement of transients in gas-insulated switchgear
SA Boggs, N Fujimoto
IEEE transactions on electrical insulation, 87-92, 1984
891984
Computational strategies for polymer dielectrics design
CC Wang, G Pilania, SA Boggs, S Kumar, C Breneman, R Ramprasad
Polymer 55 (4), 979-988, 2014
882014
Effect of alteration of antioxidant by UV treatment on the dielectric strength of BOPP capacitor film
J Ho, R Ramprasad, S Boggs
IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation 14 (5), 1295-1301, 2007
862007
Mechanism for impulse conversion of water trees to electrical trees in XLPE
S Boggs, J Densley, J Kuang
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 13 (2), 310-315, 1998
791998
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