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Mathematical Modeling on AC Pollution Flashover Performance of Glass and Composite Insulator
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Mathematical Modeling on AC Pollution Flashover Performance of Glass and Composite Insulator
Prakash, N.B.; Parvathavarthini, M.; Madavan, R.;
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While considering the current scenario, in this world power demand goes on increases day by day. Frequent power outages occur in high voltage transmission line due to the deprived performance of polluted insulators; this affects overall operation of power system and may indirectly impinge on the growth of production sector. Many researchers are keenly taking efforts to provide highly reliable and stable power to neediest. In this paper, A.C pollution flashover performance of disc type glass insulator and composite long rod insulators investigation under various artificial pollutions by varying Equivalent Salt Density Deposition (ESDD) levels. Here, we use different types of pollution methods like binding method, dipping method and spraying methods with different types of pollutants concentration. Based on dimensional analysis, four different Mathematical models have been developed to predict the A.C pollution Flashover Voltage (FOV) of insulators. Both the experimental and mathematically modeled results are compared; it`s observed that mathematical model 3 yields better results.
A.C pollution flashover voltage;Pollution method;Modeling;
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