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Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers
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Volume 13, Issue 4 - Nov 1999
Volume 13, Issue 3 - Aug 1999
Volume 13, Issue 2 - May 1999
Volume 13, Issue 1 - Feb 1999
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Development of the Spcular Optical design Program for Flourescent Luminaires
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 1~6
SpeROD, the optical design program. is developed far specular reflectors of fluorescent luminaries. SpeROD can save much tirre when to design specular reflectors. SpeROD calculates conditions 2-dimensionally. The conditions for designing reflectors considered in this program are the intensity distribution, reflector type, and Tangent Spiral Design method. Using SpeROD, uniform intensity distribution type and bat-wing type reflectors are simulated in this paper, and alrrnn(T8) diarreter fluorescent lamp and lmnm width reflector are used for the setting. The sarre setting was simulated in FIElD, the intensity distribution prediction program. and the' result represented the intensity distribution and the efficacy simulated in SpeROD were satisfactory.actory.
A Design of Electronic Ballast for 70W Metal Halide Lamps
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 7~13
In this paper, a low wattage high frequency operation electronic ballast for double ended 70W metal halide lamp has been investigated As an input source of the proposed ballast, 220V, 60 Hz ac voltage is used and is converted high frequency ac voltage by power processing system. To prevent a physical destruction of the lamp from acoustic resonance phenorrenon, the proposed ballast sLWlies alternating voltage of 22kHz frequency to a metal halide lamp. It shows sorre efficacious result that reduce the start up tiIre of lamp and electric power consumption. By testing the proposed ballast, lamp voltage and lamp current are 155Vpeak, O.64A, respectively. Lamp luminous flux is 5300lm with 82W input power and ballast efficiency is 64.63 Im/w. The average starting tiIre and restriking tiIre of lamp are 3.9 and 4.5 minutes, respectively.tively.
The Variation of Active Reactive Power of Fluorescent lamp Ballast as a Function of Potential
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 14~16
This paper gives a basic data of fluorescent lamp equiprrents for calculating of receiving capacity. The fluorescent lamp equiprrent has non-linear cl1arocteristics of the active and the reactive power variation. Therefore we need real measurerrents. We tested and rreasured active and reactive power of fluorescent lamp equiprrents which use 4O[W] lamps and various ballasts. The potential variation range is A.C. 200~240[V].240[V].
Dynamic Characteristic Analysis and Transfer Function Estimate of Acoustic System for Transformer Noise Control
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 17~24
This paper presents a method of ANC for transfonrer noise control utilizing a sproker and microphone pair. In this study, the main focus is on identifying the dynamic characteristics of speaker - amplifier microphone path. This study presents a theoretical method to identify the dynamic characteristics of speaker-microphone pairs. The transfer functions of microphone - speaker pair have been estimated utilizing sequential least square(SLS) algorithm. We identified the estimated transfer function has stable JXlles and zeros in z-plane. This paper also propose an architecture far the noise cancellation to which we applied the estimated transfer function.nction.
Power Factor Correction of Single-phase PWM Converter using Third Harmonic Injection
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 25~33
In this paper, the method of reducing hanmnics and correcting of power factor in single PWM converter associated with diode rectifier and boost converter is studied. In the general diode rectifier there are sorre problems that discontinuous current of reducing power factor and including distortion of hanmnics at the input current affects other sources. To solve the problems of performance degradation due to pulse wavefonn in the input current, the ac-dc converter in which the hanmnic distortion in the input current is reduced using a third-hanmnic-injected PWM is proposed. A lower power loss of switching and easy configuration of circuit are obtained by adopting discontinuous current mode. Simulation and experimental results of ac-dc converter with 5[kHz] switching frequency are presented and correction of power factor and reduction of total hanmnic distortion was established.lished.
A Study on the Characteristics of the Radio-Frequency Induction Discharge Plasma
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 34~39
Electron temperature and electron density were rreasured in a radio-frequency inductively coupled plasma (RFICP) using a Langmuir probe method. Measurerrent was conducted in an argon discharge for pressures from 10 mTorr to 40 mTorr and input rf rnwer from 100 W to 600 W. Spatial distribution electroo temperature and electron density were rreasured for discharge with satre aspect ratio (R/L=2). Electron temperature and electron density were discovered depending on both pressure and power. Electron density was increased with iocreasing input power, but saturated at 450 W. Electron density was iocreased with iocreasing pressure. Radial distribution of the electron density was peaked at the rnsition which was a little rmved from center toward quartz window. Normal distribution of the electron density was peaked in the center between quartz plate and substrate. The above results could contribute to understand the Mechanism of Radio-Frequency Inductively Discharge Plasma.Plasma.
Theoreticel Analysis and Design of the Low-Energy Large-Aperture Electron Beam Generator
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 40~47
We have established a pulsed low-energy large-aIXTture electron beam(LELAEB) generation system with an energy of 2OO[keV], current of 1[A], pulse repetition rate of 200[Hz], and several tens of
pulse width. The system is characterized by a cold cathode that is simpler than the hot cathode. Electron beam does not need to be scanned over target objects because of large beam aIXTture of
. Electron source is secondary electrons that are generated when the ions from the glow discharge collide on the cathode surface. In this paper, We report about the design and manufacture of LELAEB generation system based on the theoretical analysis in order to study lXlssibility of increasing the efficiency of IELAEB accelerator. We also report on the possibility of large aperture beam current generation and the current density uniformity based on the experiIrental results.esults.
Optimal Capacitor Placement and Operation for Loss Minimzation and Improvement of Voltage Profile in Distribution System
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 48~55
Ths paper presents an optimization method which determines locations and size of capacitors simultaneously while minimizing power losses and improving voltage profile in radial distribution systems. Especially, the cost function associated with capacitor pla.cerrent is considered as step function due to banks of standard discrete capacities. Genetic algorithms(GA) are used to obtain efficiently the solution of the cost function associated with capacitors which is non-continuous and non-differentiable function. The strings in GA consist of the node nwnber index and size of capacitors to be installed. The length mutation operator, which is able to change the length of strings in each generation, is used. The proposed Jrethod which determines locations and size of capacitors simultaneously can reduce power losses and improve voltage proftle with capacitors of minimum size. Its efficiency is proved through the arolication in radial distribution systems.ystems.
Aging Characteristics of Power Transformer Oil and Development of its Analysis using KOSM
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 56~63
In power system, substation facilities have become too complex and large according to extended power system. Also, some facilities becorre old and often break down unexpectedly. In order to improve the sectrity of transformer out of substation facilities, the development of diagnosis technique to transformer is very needed. In this paper, we developed a method to be analysis the origin and degree of aging by KSOM based on the dissolved gases in power transfonrer. KSOM can do topological mapping for the multi-dimensional pattern based on the dissolved gases to two dimensional plane. And potential possibility and degree of aging for nonna1 transfonrer are presented using the proposed quantitative criterion. Furtherrrore, the aging process of transfonrer is analyzed based on the proposed criterion to special transfonrer. To demonstrate the validity of peoposed method, case study is performed and its results are presented.sented.
A Simple Average Power Theory and Modified Compensation Performance Evaluation of Active Power Filters
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 64~72
The fictitious power theory in time domain is very easy to understand, but power analyzing speed of active power is increased, because power is analyzed using signal tedmiques based on the corre1ation between voltage and current wavefonns. Also, conventional methods in time/frequency domain to evaluate the correlation performance of active power filters are not provided easy solutions. So, the authors have previously proposed 3-D current coordinates which is composed into active component, fundarrental reactive component and distorted component of nonlinear loads current. This trethod has excellent perfonnance, but can not evaluate the characteristics of nonlinear load current whether It is inductive or capacitive. Therefore, To overcorre problems trentioned previously, this paper deals with the simple average power theory and the modified 3-D current coordinates for evaluating the compensation perfonnance of active power filters. To confirm the validity, active power filter simulator is developed using C-language. From the simulation, results are discussed their utility.tility.
Deterioration Diagnosis of Epoxy Mold-type Transformer Using Ultrasonic Waves
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 73~81
Measurements of ultrasonic signals caused by partial discharges were perlonnrl by using an ultrasonic measurement technique to diagnose the electrical treeing deterioration in an epoxy mold-type power transformer. We also examined the characteristics of tree growth, partial discharge magnitude and ultrasonic pulse number with the increase of the deterioration time. From these results, it was found that the shape of the tree was a branch-type, and the rates of the tree growth were examined when ac voltages of 16[kV] and 20[kV] were applied Ultrasonic pulse number and discharge magnitude were rapidly increased as the length of the tree grows after the middle stage of the deterioration time, and it appeared that ultrasonic pulse number was proportional to discharge magnitude. Attenuation, time-delaying and directivity characteristics of ultrasonic signals propagated into epoxy resin by using ultrasonic oscillation and receiving systems are also re[prted as a basic data of ultrasonic mesasurements in mold-type power transformer.former.
A Study on the Active PFC of BF converter
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 82~92
In this paper, we realize the active PFC(Power Factor Correction) system of the BF(Boost Forward) converter with the PWM-PFM control technique to control DC output voltage, to rermve the noise like hanronics at the output voltage, amd to control the input ClUTent with sinusoidal wave synchronized by the source voltage. We take the simulation and analyze the switching signal of the BF converter, input/output voltage and current, its harmonics and power factor through PSpice. And it has bren obtained harmonic reduction and efficiency improverrent.errent.
Power Control of the DFIG Using the Rotor Exciting Control
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 93~100
Wide operating range and speed control is needed for wind power generating and a Doubly Fed Induction Generator(DFlG) has good adaptivity for that purpose. Ths paper investigates speed and output stator power control using a grid connected to a DFlG in super-synchronous speed regions, by control of both magnitude and frequency of the voltage fed to the rotor. For the speed control analysis, torque simulation is perforrred whereby the different slip between qJernting rmtor driving frequency and synchronous frequency of M-G system awlied. To keep the output rating of the generator, the exciting frequency and voltage attenuation are arolied.rolied.
Transient Response characteristics Associated with the Common Connection Points in Grounding Systems for Electric Power Utilitires
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 101~108
Ths paper describes the transient response characteristics of the grounding systems for electric power facilities against impluse currents. In this work, when the impulse current was injected through the grounding conductor for arrester, the investigations treasuring and analyzing potential rises induced at the cormron cormection trint and other grounding conductors were conducted. The lightning impulse current was awliErl so as to simulate the on-set of arrester due to lightning surges. Measured results of impulse response characteristics from the present experinrrits are as follows;ollows;
A Study on the Improved Lamp Ttpe Ozonizer(ILO)
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 109~117
In this paper, improved lamp type ownizer( ILO ), which utilizes the superposition of lamp type ownizer( LO ) and surface discharge operation, is designoo and manufactured for the purpose of characteristic improverrent of an LO employoo for installation of environrrent improverrent and good health using Ultraviolet(U.V.) photochemical reactions Irethoc1s. The ownizer consists of 2 types( LO and ILO ), and owne concentration, owne generation and owne yield were investigated in accordance with discharge power and quantity of suwlioo gas. The results of owne concentration, owne generation and owne yield were ILO > LO. So, owne generation characteristics of the lamp type ownizer were improved. At a discharge power of 19[W], owne concentration, owne generation, and owne yield of the ILO are each improvoo than LO 124[%] at the gas flow
and 143[%] at the gas flow
. The maximum values of owne concentration, owne generation and owne yield were found as 712[ppm], 128[mg/h] and 6750[mg/kWh] respectively.tively.
Line Detection Using Log Hough Transform
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 118~123
Hough transform is well employed to retect or recognize the lines in image processing or in computer vision. Curve of the logarithm of ranges against the bearing does not change its shape according to data trints. This fact suggests that calculation cost can be remarkably reduced. An effective line detection algorithm is represented.sented.
Series-resonant High efficiency Induction Heating System following Resonant Frequency
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 124~128
The object of the present study is to obtain a 20[kHz], 10[kW] rating, high efficiency induction heating system by high frequency serises-resonant inverter. Proposed is a topology that minimize a reactive power, by which direct iOIrt voltage is variable corresponding to the variation of the load, heated-object, and by which the switching of inverter is forced to follow a resonant frequency. And assured that the power foctor of the inverter in a induction heating system is proper about O.96 through the simulation and results.esults.
The Remote Monitoring Computer System Develpoment of Distribution Transformer Load using CATV Network
Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, volume 13, issue 3, 1999, Pages 129~139
This paper presents the operation teclmology and the rerrote rmnitoring system of distribution pole transfonrer. Especially, this system uses cable 1V network as communication m:dia which is located in KEPCO's main distribution line. It has fom major components such as sensor for measuring the secondary voltage and currents of distribution transfonrer, RF modernfor data modulating/de-modulating, connnunication media for sending/receiving of data, and PC server for monitoring the results of sensing or computing information. This paper also describes the configuration of each component'sfunctions with its development process. In addition, the reliability and effectiveness of proposed system was confimed by aoolving this remote monitoring system to Jungbu branch area.h area.