Experimental Study of Electric and Dielectric Behavior of PVC Composites

L. Madani, K. S. Belkhir & S. Belkhiat
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is usually used as insulation in electrical engineering, mainly as cable insulation sheaths. A method for improving PVC’s dielectric properties, reducing the effects of UV aging, is the use of PVC films doped in alumina and titanium dioxide. This research investigated the influence of alumina and titanium dioxide (Al2O3/TiO2) on the dielectric properties of PVC. Four PVC samples were examined using an RLC impedance analyzer. Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy was utilized...
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