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Re: Russian high-voltage installation (being scrapped?)
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Original poster: "Paul B. Brodie" <pbbrodie@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I went to this site and read the information. From what I gather from what
it says, this facility is still in operation. It says that the facility is
available for testing purposes and gives contact phone numbers for this
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To: "Antonio Carlos M. de Queiroz"
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Subject: Re: Russian high-voltage installation (being scrapped?)
> Original poster: Terry Fritz
> More pictures:
> Same place, perhaps, except with pictures showing things in better repair.
> Or perhaps a different facility with some identical gear...
>>I asked around and Bill Lemieux knew ;-))
>> Siberian Research Institute of Power Engineering.
>> Looks awfully defunct now, judging from those pictures. Not
>>surprising, given the state of the economy of there. I'll bet that
>>whole site is contaminated with PCB's.
>> I expect this is probably the "huge spark" picture you saw:
>> However, it is not clear that the impulse generator (I only assume
>>that's what it is) in the new pictures is the same one as in the old
>>pictures - the scale would appear to be different, and the number of
>>field equalization / anti-corona rings is definitely different.
>> - Gomez
>>Bannister's Law of Current Limiting: EVERYTHING is a fuse.
>>At 05:28 PM 4/30/2005, you wrote:
>>>A friend from Russia sent me this link:
>>>I think that I saw a picture somewhere of a huge spark coming from
>>>something as the large cylindric object that appears in some of the
>>>Do someone have informations about this place?
>>>Antonio Carlos M. de Queiroz