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Study on the Transfer Functions for Detecting Windings Displacement of Power Transformers with Impulse Method
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 Title & Authors
Study on the Transfer Functions for Detecting Windings Displacement of Power Transformers with Impulse Method
Shon, Chae-Hwa; Yi, Sang-Hwa; Lee, Heun-Jin; Kang, Dong-Sik;
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 Abstract
The paper investigates three types of transfer function methods for detecting displacements of winding in a model transformer. To acquire these transfer functions, the measuring method of input voltage, current and its response is used in impulse method. The applied impulse voltages had three rising times, which were short rising time (less than 0.6 ), medium rising time (about 0.8 ) and long rising time (about 1 ) in front waves. Every 10 measurements of voltage and current waves were averaged from 50 measurements of voltage and current waves. These transfer functions were tested in normal, 24mm elevated and 48mm elevated windings conditions and were analyzed with correlation coefficients and spectrum deviations. In the analysis, the results depend on the types of transfer functions and the rising times of input voltages.
 Keywords
Transformers;Windings;Displacement;Transfer function;Frequency response analysis(FRA);Impulse;Correlation coefficient;Spectrum deviation;Diagnosis;
 Language
English
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