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Space charge behavior in multi-layer oil-paper insulation under different DC voltages and temperatures

Space charge behavior in multi-layer oil-paper insulation under different DC voltages and temperatures
Space charge behavior in multi-layer oil-paper insulation under different DC voltages and temperatures
Oil-paper as a reliable insulation system is widely used in power transformers and cables. The dielectric properties of oil-paper insulation play an important role in the reliable operation of power equipment. However, the formation and dynamics of space charge can affect the performance of insulation material. In this paper, space charge in oil-paper insulation system has been investigated using the pulsed electroacoustic (PEA) technique. A series of measurements were carried out when the insulation system was subjected to different applied voltages at different temperatures. Charge behavior in the insulation system has been analyzed and the influence of temperature on charge dynamics was discussed. The test results show that homocharge injection takes place under all the test conditions, the applied dc voltage mainly effect the amount of space charge, while the temperature has greater influence on the distribution and mobility of space charge inside oil-paper samples
Space charge, oil-paper, DC voltage, multi-layer, pulsed electroacoustic (PEA)technique
1070-9878
775-784
Tang, Chao
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Chen, George
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Fu, Mingli
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Liao, Rujin
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Tang, Chao
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Fu, Mingli
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Liao, Rujin
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Tang, Chao, Chen, George, Fu, Mingli and Liao, Rujin (2010) Space charge behavior in multi-layer oil-paper insulation under different DC voltages and temperatures. IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics & Electrical Insulation, 17 (3), 775-784. (doi:10.1109/TDEI.2010.5492250).

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Oil-paper as a reliable insulation system is widely used in power transformers and cables. The dielectric properties of oil-paper insulation play an important role in the reliable operation of power equipment. However, the formation and dynamics of space charge can affect the performance of insulation material. In this paper, space charge in oil-paper insulation system has been investigated using the pulsed electroacoustic (PEA) technique. A series of measurements were carried out when the insulation system was subjected to different applied voltages at different temperatures. Charge behavior in the insulation system has been analyzed and the influence of temperature on charge dynamics was discussed. The test results show that homocharge injection takes place under all the test conditions, the applied dc voltage mainly effect the amount of space charge, while the temperature has greater influence on the distribution and mobility of space charge inside oil-paper samples

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Published date: June 2010
Keywords: Space charge, oil-paper, DC voltage, multi-layer, pulsed electroacoustic (PEA)technique
Organisations: EEE

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Local EPrints ID: 271315
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/271315
ISSN: 1070-9878
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Date deposited: 28 Jun 2010 16:23
Last modified: 02 Dec 2019 21:01

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Author: Chao Tang
Author: George Chen
Author: Mingli Fu
Author: Rujin Liao

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