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Progress of space charge research on oil-paper insulation using pulsed electroacoustic techniques

Progress of space charge research on oil-paper insulation using pulsed electroacoustic techniques
Progress of space charge research on oil-paper insulation using pulsed electroacoustic techniques
This paper focuses on the space charge behavior in oil-paper insulation systems used in power transformers. It begins with the importance of understanding the space charge behavior in oil-paper insulation systems, followed by the introduction of the pulsed electrostatic technique (PEA). After that, the research progress on the space charge behavior of oil-paper insulation during the recent
twenty years is critically reviewed. Some important aspects such as the environmental conditions and the acoustic wave recovery need to be addressed to acquire more accurate space charge measurement results. Some breakthroughs on the space charge behavior of oil-paper insulation materials by the research team at the University of Southampton are presented. Finally, future work on space charge measurement of oil-paper insulation materials is proposed.
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Tang, Chao, Huang, Bo, Hao, Miao, Xu, Zhiqiang, Hao, Jian and Chen, George (2016) Progress of space charge research on oil-paper insulation using pulsed electroacoustic techniques. [in special issue: Power Transformer Diagnostics, Monitoring and Design Features] Energies, 9 (53), 1-35. (doi:10.3390/en9010053).

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This paper focuses on the space charge behavior in oil-paper insulation systems used in power transformers. It begins with the importance of understanding the space charge behavior in oil-paper insulation systems, followed by the introduction of the pulsed electrostatic technique (PEA). After that, the research progress on the space charge behavior of oil-paper insulation during the recent
twenty years is critically reviewed. Some important aspects such as the environmental conditions and the acoustic wave recovery need to be addressed to acquire more accurate space charge measurement results. Some breakthroughs on the space charge behavior of oil-paper insulation materials by the research team at the University of Southampton are presented. Finally, future work on space charge measurement of oil-paper insulation materials is proposed.

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Accepted/In Press date: 12 January 2016
Published date: 18 January 2016
Organisations: EEE

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Local EPrints ID: 402966
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/402966
ISSN: 1996-1073
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ORCID for Zhiqiang Xu: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6640-7335

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Last modified: 15 Sep 2021 01:56

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Author: Chao Tang
Author: Bo Huang
Author: Miao Hao
Author: Zhiqiang Xu ORCID iD
Author: Jian Hao
Author: George Chen

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