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Title: Effects of AC and pulse voltage combination on surface charge accumulation and decay of epoxy resin
Authors: B. X. Du;Ang Li;Jin Li
subject: GIS insulator|surface potential|epoxy resin|tdv/dt characteristic|AC and pulse voltage|charge accumulation and decay
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Epoxy resin is widely used in disc-type spacers of gas insulated switchgear (GIS). Surface flashover related to the existence of surface charge often occurs on the spacer, which is a great threat to the application of GIS and the safety of entire grid. Moreover, the influences on surface charge under pulse voltage produced by switch overvoltage, accompanying with the AC voltage, are still unclear. In order to research the comprehensive effect of AC and pulse voltage on surface charge, in this paper, epoxy resin sample was charged by a corona discharge system and the charge distribution was measured by an electrostatic voltmeter. The results are obtained from the research of different pulse amplitudes, pulse numbers and pulse polarities. The surface potential is a negative value after AC voltage applied for a period of time. When AC and negative pulse voltage are applied, smaller pulse voltage would push the original negative charges away. As a result, initial negative surface potential decreases. But bigger pulse voltage could increase the charge accumulation. When the pulse polarity becomes positive, surface potential at the sample center will be positive value at the beginning and then it gradually changes from positive to negative potential. In addition, the influence on surface charge decay rate will be enhanced with the increase of pulse number under the same pulse voltage. Trap energy distributions were used to analyze charge decay process in the last section.
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URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/170246
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/626339
ISSN: 1070-9878
volume: 23
issue: 4
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Title: Effects of AC and pulse voltage combination on surface charge accumulation and decay of epoxy resin
Authors: B. X. Du;Ang Li;Jin Li
subject: GIS insulator|surface potential|epoxy resin|tdv/dt characteristic|AC and pulse voltage|charge accumulation and decay
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Epoxy resin is widely used in disc-type spacers of gas insulated switchgear (GIS). Surface flashover related to the existence of surface charge often occurs on the spacer, which is a great threat to the application of GIS and the safety of entire grid. Moreover, the influences on surface charge under pulse voltage produced by switch overvoltage, accompanying with the AC voltage, are still unclear. In order to research the comprehensive effect of AC and pulse voltage on surface charge, in this paper, epoxy resin sample was charged by a corona discharge system and the charge distribution was measured by an electrostatic voltmeter. The results are obtained from the research of different pulse amplitudes, pulse numbers and pulse polarities. The surface potential is a negative value after AC voltage applied for a period of time. When AC and negative pulse voltage are applied, smaller pulse voltage would push the original negative charges away. As a result, initial negative surface potential decreases. But bigger pulse voltage could increase the charge accumulation. When the pulse polarity becomes positive, surface potential at the sample center will be positive value at the beginning and then it gradually changes from positive to negative potential. In addition, the influence on surface charge decay rate will be enhanced with the increase of pulse number under the same pulse voltage. Trap energy distributions were used to analyze charge decay process in the last section.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/170246
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/626339
ISSN: 1070-9878
volume: 23
issue: 4
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: Effects of AC and pulse voltage combination on surface charge accumulation and decay of epoxy resin
Authors: B. X. Du;Ang Li;Jin Li
subject: GIS insulator|surface potential|epoxy resin|tdv/dt characteristic|AC and pulse voltage|charge accumulation and decay
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Epoxy resin is widely used in disc-type spacers of gas insulated switchgear (GIS). Surface flashover related to the existence of surface charge often occurs on the spacer, which is a great threat to the application of GIS and the safety of entire grid. Moreover, the influences on surface charge under pulse voltage produced by switch overvoltage, accompanying with the AC voltage, are still unclear. In order to research the comprehensive effect of AC and pulse voltage on surface charge, in this paper, epoxy resin sample was charged by a corona discharge system and the charge distribution was measured by an electrostatic voltmeter. The results are obtained from the research of different pulse amplitudes, pulse numbers and pulse polarities. The surface potential is a negative value after AC voltage applied for a period of time. When AC and negative pulse voltage are applied, smaller pulse voltage would push the original negative charges away. As a result, initial negative surface potential decreases. But bigger pulse voltage could increase the charge accumulation. When the pulse polarity becomes positive, surface potential at the sample center will be positive value at the beginning and then it gradually changes from positive to negative potential. In addition, the influence on surface charge decay rate will be enhanced with the increase of pulse number under the same pulse voltage. Trap energy distributions were used to analyze charge decay process in the last section.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/170246
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/626339
ISSN: 1070-9878
volume: 23
issue: 4
Appears in Collections:2016

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