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A Study on Separation of Heat Generation and Heat Transfer Related to Temperature Rise of Silver Palladium Contact
Kazuaki MIYANAGA Yoshiki KAYANO Hiroshi INOUE
Publication
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics
Vol.E89C
No.8
pp.11291135 Publication Date: 2006/08/01
Online ISSN: 17451353
DOI: 10.1093/ietele/e89c.8.1129
Print ISSN: 09168516 Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Recent Development of Electromechanical Devices (Selected Papers from ISEMD2005)) Category: Contact Phenomena Keyword: electrical contact, temperature rise, heat generation, heat transfer, bridge, arc discharge, supply power,
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Summary:
In this paper, the separation of heat generation and heat transfer related to temperature rise of silver palladium contact was investigated experimentally in order to predict the temperature rise of contact by the use conditions such as voltage range between 25 to 40 V, current range between 3.2 to 5.0 A and silver palladium alloy (AgPd) materials. Firstly, relationship between temperature rise of contact and supply power was discussed. The effects of heat generation and heat transfer on temperature rise were separated and quantified by least squares method. Secondly, effects of durations and integral powers of bridge and arc on temperature rise were also discussed by changing supply power. Results show that the integral power of the bridge increases when supply power increases. As the supply power increases, integral power of arc also increases. The temperature rise is dominated by integral power of bridge. Remarkable difference of bridge duration can not be seen in the five materials (AgPd_{30}, AgPd_{40}, AgPd_{50}, AgPd_{70} and Pd). The supply power is increased, arc duration gets longer. As weight percent of Pd content increases, the effect of supply power on arc duration becomes larger. Consequently, the integral power of arc increases. This study is a basic consideration to realize methods predicting temperature rise of contact.

