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An Application of the Novel Techniques Detecting Partial Discharge Employable to GIS Using Optical Sensor
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An Application of the Novel Techniques Detecting Partial Discharge Employable to GIS Using Optical Sensor
Ryu, Cheol-Hwi; Jung, Seung-Yong; Koo, Ja-Yoon; Yeon, Man-Seung;
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 Abstract
A novel technique has been proposed and related experimental works have been performed in order to detect the partial discharges and the location of the possible defects introduced into the Gas Insulated Switchgear. For this purpose, a prototype HY Pockels sensor has been developed and then employed in order to investigate its field applicability for finding the location of the defects using a 170kV GIS mock-up. Our proposed sensor enables us to measure the electric field variation due to the PD occurrence. In addition, the different PD patterns are observed, which might be dependant on the location and the distance of the sensor with respect to the PD source. Throughout this work, its linear response has been proved to be admissible as a function of the applied voltage. And also the position of the PD source might be distinguished by comparing the PD patterns.
 Keywords
Pockels;Partial discharge;GIS;
 Language
English
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