- High Voltage Cage:
AC and DC High voltage adjustable generator (up to 100kV) is the basis of any study in the field of high voltage. It is used for testing dielectric materials. This can be carried out by measurement of the dielectric rigidity, conduction, partial discharges.... It can also be used to power other experimentation requiring high voltage source such as electrostatic filters, DPS technics, PEA, particle accelerators and others.
- Experimental device for measuring partial discharges:
This acquisition and analysis device is used to detect, record and analyze partial discharges occurring in high voltage equipments. This system is very effective for fault localization of high voltage cables, Power transformers, rotating machines.....
- Experimental device for measuring the electromagnetic field:
Study of immunity against electromagnetic radiation
This device is used to study the behavior of the electric / magnetic fields of the High Voltage lines.It can measure and evaluate the level of the risks of the electromagnetic radiation generated by these lines not only on the living (human being, animals, plants, ....), but also on electronic and electrical devices (professional or household).
Measurements and modeling of the electromagnetic field will be performed that will compare with the safety limits recommended by international standards.
- Experimental Device for Measuring Surface Potential Decline (SPD):
The principle of the surface potential decline (DPS) method is to follow the evolution of the surface potential of a sample previously charged by corona discharge as a function of time. The measurement of the surface potential of the sample over time from an electrostatic probe makes it possible to provide information on the flow mode (surface and / or volume) of the deposited charges and on the mobility of these charges.
- Experimental setup: Potentiostat / Galvanostat / FRA (SP-300):
Experimental setup: Potentiostat / Galvanostat /Galvanostat Frequency Response Analyzer can be used in scientific research in the following areas:
* Sources of renewable energies (solar cells).
* Storage and conversion of energy (super-capacitors, batteries, fuel cells).
* Coatings and surface treatments.
* Electrolysis / Anodization.
* Basic and applied electrochemistry.
This experimental device is used to perform the following measurement techniques:
Voltammetric techniques: OCV, CV, CVA, CA, CP, SV, LASV, LCA
Impedance spectroscopy: GEIS, PEIS, SGEIS, SPEIS (Mott-Schottky), PEISW
Modular construction technique: Potentio / Galvano, Loop, Trigger in / out, External device control, open an external application.
Determination of ohmic drop: MIR, ZIR, Current Interrupt
Batteries: PCGA, Capacity Determination (BCD), CLD, CPW, APGC, Urban cycle simulation, ModuloBat
Supercapacitor: CV, Constant Voltage, Constant Current, Current Scan
Photovoltaic cells and fuel cells: I-V characterization, CLD, CPW,
Corrosion: Linear and Cyclic Polarization, Generalized Corrosion, Pitting, ZRA, ZVC, Corrosimetry, VASP, CASP