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Research on the Relation between Transformer Oil Flow Electrification and Electrostatic Current
Fu, Qiang; Wang, Rui; Zou, Pinguo; Li, Zhao; Yang, Yang; Xie, Xuejun;
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 Abstract
In order to study and obtain the mathematical relation between the electrification degree of transformer oil flow and the electrostatic current, a small amount of data about the electrification degree of oil flow and the corresponding electrostatic current is studied by linear regression method and grey model method. The results show that the linear correlation between the electrification degree and the electrostatic current was not good, and the relation between the electrification degree of oil flow and electrostatic current (i) could be expressed as according to grey model GM (0, 2) when the electrification degree of oil flow is represented by the charge number generated from transformer oil per unit volume, namely the charge density ().
 Keywords
Oil flow electrification;Electrostatic current;Grey model;
 Language
English
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