Peculiarities of Interaction of Electric Arc Plasma and Composite Electrodes’ Working Surface
Keywords:composite materials, electric arc plasma, switching arcs
The aim of this work is complex investigations of interaction between electric arc discharge plasma and Cu-Mo composite electrodes’ working surface. The destructions of working layer of such electrodes, caused by discharge plasma influence, were studied. The mutual correlation of plasma properties and destruction behavior of electrodes surface was found.
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