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The deconvolution analysis of TL curves for current ceramic insulators

*Rafal Sobota
Czestochowa University of Technology


     Last modified: 2017-03-29

Abstract
The paper presents the deconvolution analysis method of thermoluminescence (TL) curves for porcelain insulators made of currently used ceramic mass called C130. Additionally, detailed characteristics of the electrical porcelain is given which is used for producing power line standing insulators in nowadays.
Using the deconvolution method, it was possible to decompose the TL curves obtained for each sample of the C130 porcelain into 5 elementary peaks. It is a very important information in dosimetry measurements.
The second important information is that in the majority of cases there were two dominant peaks (green and pink), which can indicate the presence of two dominant components of the material under scrutiny: Al2O3 and SiO2.

 

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