Editorial by Marvin
Insulators are probably the only components in a power system that find themselves continually exposed to the full spectrum of possible service stresses, any one of which can cause them to fail. These include: high electric field, pollution, wetting events, corona, temperature swings, mechanical shock, interactions with birds and other wildlife, winds,...
Almost everyone has a treasured family album containing vintage photos of parents, relatives and friends. INMR is no exception with its own ‘high voltage family’ that goes back to its start in 1993. Searching through archives filled with thousands of... Read More
The 2017 INMR WORLD CONGRESS will take place at the Meliã Hotel & Conference Center in Sitges-Barcelona, Spain, Nov. 5-8, 2017. This industry conference and exhibition follows the 2015 INMR WORLD CONGRESS in Munich, which attracted over 600 participants... Read More
There is no shortage of technical texts serving the information needs of the world’s electrical power industry. That’s why INMR has a chosen a different format for its coming book that will celebrate 25 years of reporting on power line and substation... Read More
Outgoing Chairman of Study Committee B2 (Overhead Lines), Konstantin Papailiou, began the General Meeting this past CIGRE by singing Happy Birthday. What he was celebrating was the 125th anniversary of the first-ever overhead line – a three-phase AC line... Read More
This past March marked the 10th anniversary of the untimely passing of Dr. Claude de Tourreil – one of our industry’s most beloved and influential personalities when it comes to outdoor insulation. Claude devoted his life and professional career to... Read More