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An investigation into the dynamics of partial discharge propagation in mineral oil based nanofluids

An investigation into the dynamics of partial discharge propagation in mineral oil based nanofluids
An investigation into the dynamics of partial discharge propagation in mineral oil based nanofluids
Recent studies present a model which assumes that conductive nanoparticles can reduce the speed of the positive streamer propagation in mineral oil due to electron trapping at the particle surface. Time resolved partial discharge measurements can be used to evaluate the discharge dynamics and to verify this hypothesis. A special measurement setup was built to enable the recording of the discharge dynamics. In this study, the effect of nanoparticles with different conductivities on the discharge dynamics of mineral oil is investigated. The time resolved current shapes of partial discharges in nanofluids and mineral oil are compared. To understand the effect of the conductivity of the nanoparticles on the partial discharge dynamics of mineral oil, nanoparticles with two different conductivities are synthesized with mineral oil. The two types of nanoparticles are silica and fullerene. The host fluid used in this study is Shell DialaS3ZXIG mineral oil.
Jin, Huifei
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Morshuis, Peter H.F.
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Mor, Armando Rodrigo
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Andritsch, Thomas
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Jin, Huifei
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Morshuis, Peter H.F.
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Mor, Armando Rodrigo
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Andritsch, Thomas
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Jin, Huifei, Morshuis, Peter H.F., Mor, Armando Rodrigo and Andritsch, Thomas (2014) An investigation into the dynamics of partial discharge propagation in mineral oil based nanofluids. 2014 IEEE 18th International Conference on Dielectric Liquids (ICDL), Slovenia. 29 Jun - 03 Jul 2014. 4 pp . (doi:10.1109/ICDL.2014.6893074).

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Recent studies present a model which assumes that conductive nanoparticles can reduce the speed of the positive streamer propagation in mineral oil due to electron trapping at the particle surface. Time resolved partial discharge measurements can be used to evaluate the discharge dynamics and to verify this hypothesis. A special measurement setup was built to enable the recording of the discharge dynamics. In this study, the effect of nanoparticles with different conductivities on the discharge dynamics of mineral oil is investigated. The time resolved current shapes of partial discharges in nanofluids and mineral oil are compared. To understand the effect of the conductivity of the nanoparticles on the partial discharge dynamics of mineral oil, nanoparticles with two different conductivities are synthesized with mineral oil. The two types of nanoparticles are silica and fullerene. The host fluid used in this study is Shell DialaS3ZXIG mineral oil.

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Published date: 29 June 2014
Venue - Dates: 2014 IEEE 18th International Conference on Dielectric Liquids (ICDL), Slovenia, 2014-06-29 - 2014-07-03
Organisations: EEE

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Local EPrints ID: 369009
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/369009
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ORCID for Thomas Andritsch: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-3462-022X

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Date deposited: 30 Sep 2014 15:48
Last modified: 20 Jul 2019 00:38

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Author: Huifei Jin
Author: Peter H.F. Morshuis
Author: Armando Rodrigo Mor
Author: Thomas Andritsch ORCID iD

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