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Load current and Temperature measurement system for Measuring the Degradation of Power cable
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 Title & Authors
Load current and Temperature measurement system for Measuring the Degradation of Power cable
Park, Yong-Kyu; Cho, Young-Seek; Lee, Kwan-Woo; Um, Kee-Hong; Park, Dae-Hee;
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 Abstract
Recently, there has been a surge in interest in equipment diagnosis and monitoring technology from the perspective of providing quality electricity in terms of reliability and safety. In order to meet the electrical demands of consumers, reliability of power supply needs to be maintained. For this purpose, a monitoring system for power cable is very important. Since real-time measuring equipment has many advantages, it is highly applicable. By measuring the load current and the surface temperature of power cables, we have monitored and identified the deterioration phenomena of power cables in operation. Since direct measurement of the cable conductor temperature is not easy, we have measured the surface temperature instead, and converted that temperature to obtain the conductor temperature of the cables. In addition, we have designed a system to detect the deterioration processes of the power cables in operation.
 Keywords
Temperature Sensor;Monitoring;Current;Cable Degradation;
 Language
Korean
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