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The Insulation of HVDC Extruded Cable System Joints. Part 2: Proposal of a New AC Voltage PD Measurement Protocol for Quality Control during Routine Tests

Mazzanti, G., Castellon, J., Chen, G. , Fothergill, J., Fu, M., Hozumi, N., Lee, J. H., Li, J., Marzinotto, M., Mauseth, F., Morshuis, P., Reed, C., Troia, I., Tzimas, A. & Wu, K. (2019). The Insulation of HVDC Extruded Cable System Joints. Part 2: Proposal of a New AC Voltage PD Measurement Protocol for Quality Control during Routine Tests. IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, 26(3), pp. 973-980. doi: 10.1109/TDEI.2019.007917

Abstract

The review of materials, design and testing of joints for HVDC extruded cable systems provided in previous Part 1 paved the way to this Part 2 position paper by the DEIS HVDC Cable Systems Technical Committee, whose aim is to remedy the scarcity of existing standardized tests on joints. After a sound analysis, here routine tests are identified as the first practical target for the onset of new testing procedures, AC-PD measurements as the readily-available measurement from manufacturers’ experience for quality control of joints during routine tests and VHF/UHF wireless sensors as the best tool for such measurements in the noisy environment of factories. Thereby, a novel protocol for PD measurement using AC voltages and VHF/UHF electromagnetic sensors, for quality control during routine tests on HVDC extruded joints, is proposed.

Publication Type: Article
Departments: School of Science & Technology > Engineering
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