arc resistance

arc resistance

[′ärk ri‚zis·təns]
(electricity)
A measure of the durability of an insulating or dielectric material against the formation of conductive paths along the surface by arc discharges.
The ratio of the voltage that gives rise to an arc discharge to the current in the arc.
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The total arc voltage [u.sub.arc], is made up of three separate parts: the anode and cathode drop voltage [u.sub.a+c], the drop voltage in the arc column, which is a function of the electric field strength E and the arc length h, and the drop voltage, that depends on current i and arc resistance [R.sub.arc].
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