Publications

  • Journal Papers
  1. C. Park, S. Pamidi, and L. Graber, “A Versatile Modeling Procedure for the Improved Dielectric Strength Estimations of Gas Mixtures”, IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation (Under Review)
  2. C. Park, S. Pamidi, and L. Graber, “The Dielectric Properties of Gaseous Cryogen Mixtures of He, H2, Ne, and N2 in a Temperature Range of 50-80 K at Pressures up to 2.0 MPa”, AIP Journal of Applied Physics (Published)
  3. C. Park, S. Pamidi, and L. Graber, “Boltzmann Analysis of Cryogenic He-H2 Gas Mixtures as Dielectric Media for High-Temperature Superconducting Power Devices”, IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, 2017 (Published)

 

  • Conference Papers
  1. P. Cheetham, C. Park, C. Kim, L. Graber, and S. Pamidi, “Experimental Studies on the Cryogenic Dielectric Properties of Gas Mixtures for Superconducting Power Applications”, 2017 CEC-ICMC (Accepted)
  2. C. Park, S. Pamidi, and L. Graber, “The Dielectric Strength of Cryogenic Gas Mixtures for Various Sections in Shipboard Cryogenic Power Systems”, 2017 CEC-ICMC (Accepted)
  3. C. Park, S. Pamidi, and L. Graber, “Application of the Langmuir Probe Plasma Diagnostics into the Investigation of the Dielectric Properties of Cryogenic Gas Mixtures”, 2017 CEC-ICMC (Accepted)
  4. Lukas Graber1, Maryam Saeedifard1, Mickael J. Mauger1, Qichen Yang1, Chanyeop Park1, Tobias Niebur1, Sastry V. Pamidi2, Stefan Steinhoff3, “Cryogenic Power Electronics for Superconducting Power Systems”, 2017 CEC-ICMC (Accepted)
  5. C. Park, L. Graber, W. Kim, P. Cheetham, C. Kim, S. Pamidi, and H. Rodrigo, “A versatile model for estimating breakdown voltage and its application for cryogenic gas mixtures”, 2016 IEEE Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena (CEIDP) (Published)