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Multi-Phase Conductor PD sensing of failed PILC cable section

Multi-Phase Conductor PD sensing of failed PILC cable section
Multi-Phase Conductor PD sensing of failed PILC cable section
A system which will inform decisions relating to repair, maintenance and to reduce the number of in-service failure of paper insulated lead covered (PILC) cables is in great demand. It will both allow significant reductions in capital expenditure and increase customer confidence. An experimental test facility has been designed to allow the study of known faults commonly experienced in distribution networks. The experiment reported here involves repeated crushing of the cable to duplicate problems experienced by active service cables damaged during excavation. Partial Discharge (PD) measurement was taken after the mechanical stressing process. The results indicate that traditional commercial PD testing is able to detect different PD sources in the cable using a new PD source discrimination algorithm developed at the University of Southampton. This approach provides information allowing further investigation of the location of the PD source in the defect cable.
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125-128
Christou, S
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Lewin, P L
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Swingler, S G
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Hao, L
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Christou, S, Hunter, J A, Lewin, P L, Swingler, S G and Hao, L (2013) Multi-Phase Conductor PD sensing of failed PILC cable section. IEEE 2013 International Conference on Solid Dielectrics (ICSD), Bologna, Italy. 30 Jun - 04 Jul 2013. pp. 125-128 .

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A system which will inform decisions relating to repair, maintenance and to reduce the number of in-service failure of paper insulated lead covered (PILC) cables is in great demand. It will both allow significant reductions in capital expenditure and increase customer confidence. An experimental test facility has been designed to allow the study of known faults commonly experienced in distribution networks. The experiment reported here involves repeated crushing of the cable to duplicate problems experienced by active service cables damaged during excavation. Partial Discharge (PD) measurement was taken after the mechanical stressing process. The results indicate that traditional commercial PD testing is able to detect different PD sources in the cable using a new PD source discrimination algorithm developed at the University of Southampton. This approach provides information allowing further investigation of the location of the PD source in the defect cable.

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Published date: 30 June 2013
Venue - Dates: IEEE 2013 International Conference on Solid Dielectrics (ICSD), Bologna, Italy, 2013-06-30 - 2013-07-04
Organisations: EEE

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Local EPrints ID: 354238
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/354238
ISBN: 978-1-4673-4459-3
PURE UUID: 65105653-c3c3-47fc-b196-b0bca943a874

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Date deposited: 11 Jul 2013 10:44
Last modified: 19 Jul 2019 21:32

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Author: S Christou
Author: J A Hunter
Author: P L Lewin
Author: S G Swingler
Author: L Hao

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