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Title: Nonlinear conductivity and interface charge behaviors between LDPE and EPDM/SiC composite for HVDC cable accessory
Authors: Jin Li;B. X. Du;X. X. Kong;Z. L. Li
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Interface charges are easy to accumulate between two different dielectrics with various characteristics, which may cause accelerated degradation of insulation systems. Ethylene-propylene-diene terpolymer (EPDM) is used mainly for HVDC cable joint, which is the most vulnerable part of the cable system because of the interface. Particles with nonlinear conductivity can be doped into the polymer matrix to modify the interface charge behaviors through altering the conductivity under combined stresses. In this paper, silicon carbide (SiC) particles were dispersed into EPDM with 0, 10, 30 and 50 wt% respectively. The space charge behaviors at the interface between LDPE and EPDM filled with SiC particles was measured under 15 and 30 kV/mm. Besides, dielectric constant, dc conduction and trap distribution were introduced to elaborate the suppression mechanism with SiC doping. The SEM results show that the particles are well distributed in the EPDM. The permittivity increases with the fillgrade and the dc conductivity shows an obvious nonlinear trend under various electrical fields. SiC doping can effectively suppress the interface charge accumulation under different stresses. The suppression mechanism is attributed to the nonlinear conductivity and more shallow traps of EPDM/SiC composite. As a consequence, the approximate SiC doped EPDM can availably suppress the interface charge accumulation and offers a possible method for the improvement of cable accessory performance.
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Title: Nonlinear conductivity and interface charge behaviors between LDPE and EPDM/SiC composite for HVDC cable accessory
Authors: Jin Li;B. X. Du;X. X. Kong;Z. L. Li
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Interface charges are easy to accumulate between two different dielectrics with various characteristics, which may cause accelerated degradation of insulation systems. Ethylene-propylene-diene terpolymer (EPDM) is used mainly for HVDC cable joint, which is the most vulnerable part of the cable system because of the interface. Particles with nonlinear conductivity can be doped into the polymer matrix to modify the interface charge behaviors through altering the conductivity under combined stresses. In this paper, silicon carbide (SiC) particles were dispersed into EPDM with 0, 10, 30 and 50 wt% respectively. The space charge behaviors at the interface between LDPE and EPDM filled with SiC particles was measured under 15 and 30 kV/mm. Besides, dielectric constant, dc conduction and trap distribution were introduced to elaborate the suppression mechanism with SiC doping. The SEM results show that the particles are well distributed in the EPDM. The permittivity increases with the fillgrade and the dc conductivity shows an obvious nonlinear trend under various electrical fields. SiC doping can effectively suppress the interface charge accumulation under different stresses. The suppression mechanism is attributed to the nonlinear conductivity and more shallow traps of EPDM/SiC composite. As a consequence, the approximate SiC doped EPDM can availably suppress the interface charge accumulation and offers a possible method for the improvement of cable accessory performance.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/177212
volume: 24
issue: 3
More Information: 1566,
1573
Appears in Collections:2017

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Title: Nonlinear conductivity and interface charge behaviors between LDPE and EPDM/SiC composite for HVDC cable accessory
Authors: Jin Li;B. X. Du;X. X. Kong;Z. L. Li
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Interface charges are easy to accumulate between two different dielectrics with various characteristics, which may cause accelerated degradation of insulation systems. Ethylene-propylene-diene terpolymer (EPDM) is used mainly for HVDC cable joint, which is the most vulnerable part of the cable system because of the interface. Particles with nonlinear conductivity can be doped into the polymer matrix to modify the interface charge behaviors through altering the conductivity under combined stresses. In this paper, silicon carbide (SiC) particles were dispersed into EPDM with 0, 10, 30 and 50 wt% respectively. The space charge behaviors at the interface between LDPE and EPDM filled with SiC particles was measured under 15 and 30 kV/mm. Besides, dielectric constant, dc conduction and trap distribution were introduced to elaborate the suppression mechanism with SiC doping. The SEM results show that the particles are well distributed in the EPDM. The permittivity increases with the fillgrade and the dc conductivity shows an obvious nonlinear trend under various electrical fields. SiC doping can effectively suppress the interface charge accumulation under different stresses. The suppression mechanism is attributed to the nonlinear conductivity and more shallow traps of EPDM/SiC composite. As a consequence, the approximate SiC doped EPDM can availably suppress the interface charge accumulation and offers a possible method for the improvement of cable accessory performance.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/177212
volume: 24
issue: 3
More Information: 1566,
1573
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7962046.pdf1.25 MBAdobe PDF