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High Voltage Insulation System Condition Monitoring: Ensuring Future Smart Grids are Resilient and Reliable

High Voltage Insulation System Condition Monitoring: Ensuring Future Smart Grids are Resilient and Reliable
High Voltage Insulation System Condition Monitoring: Ensuring Future Smart Grids are Resilient and Reliable
The changes faced by existing traditional electrical power transmission and distribution networks over the next 30 years or more are immense. Technological developments include ‘Smart’ grid technology, HVDC interconnectors and bootstraps as well as replacement of conventional generation with significant levels of renewable generation. The impact of these changes on existing (and often aged) high voltage plant will be significant and in the UK, potential future areas of research have been identified through a road-mapping exercise. A key area is that of condition monitoring (CM) of high voltage plant. CM strategies need to develop so that they are ‘real-time’ diagnostic and prognostic in nature. This represents a real challenge for the dielectrics community and this paper discusses the identified potential areas of research as well as summarizing some of the recent developments in this area.
Lewin, P L
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Lewin, P L
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Lewin, P L (2015) High Voltage Insulation System Condition Monitoring: Ensuring Future Smart Grids are Resilient and Reliable. IEEE 2015 International Conference on Properties and Applications of Dielectric Materials, Australia. 19 - 22 Jul 2015. 6 pp .

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The changes faced by existing traditional electrical power transmission and distribution networks over the next 30 years or more are immense. Technological developments include ‘Smart’ grid technology, HVDC interconnectors and bootstraps as well as replacement of conventional generation with significant levels of renewable generation. The impact of these changes on existing (and often aged) high voltage plant will be significant and in the UK, potential future areas of research have been identified through a road-mapping exercise. A key area is that of condition monitoring (CM) of high voltage plant. CM strategies need to develop so that they are ‘real-time’ diagnostic and prognostic in nature. This represents a real challenge for the dielectrics community and this paper discusses the identified potential areas of research as well as summarizing some of the recent developments in this area.

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Published date: 19 July 2015
Venue - Dates: IEEE 2015 International Conference on Properties and Applications of Dielectric Materials, Australia, 2015-07-19 - 2015-07-22
Organisations: EEE

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/378596
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Date deposited: 01 Jul 2015 09:05
Last modified: 19 Jul 2019 20:40

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Author: P L Lewin

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