paper insulation

paper insulation

[′pā·pər ‚in·sə′lā·shən]
(materials)
Electrical insulation made of paper, chiefly from coniferous woods but also from rags, rope, and other materials, which are chemically treated, beaten into a dispersed pulp, formed into a loose sheet by filtering on a moving wire screen, and compacted into paper by calendering with heated rolls.
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The goal of this project was to develop sustainable paper insulation to improve thermal regulation in these shacks.
In the paper insulation the two types of non-homogenous areas were created.
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These also preserve the core and winding as these are fully immersed in the oil and prevent contact of oxygen with the cellulose paper insulation of windings, which has high affinity towards oxidation.