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Three different thermoanalytical methods are introduced as significant time-saving techniques in conventional life tests of some organic electrical insulating materials. DTA in cyclically alternated atmospheres of nitrogen and oxygen according to Randino and Andreotti, and TG analysis methods at different heating rates according to Flynn and Wall and to Broido were applied to two electrical insulations based on aromatic poly-imide and epoxy resin. The activation energies obtained are compared with those derived from the slopes of the life-lines produced via conventional life tests. The assumptions necessary for applying the thermal analyses in these cases are discussed.

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