Analysis of Correlation Among Partial Discharges, Ozone Emission, and Ultraviolet Radiation in High Voltage Motor Stator Windings
American Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems
Volume 6, Issue 6, November 2017, Pages: 113-118
Received: Aug. 21, 2017;
Accepted: Sep. 5, 2017;
Published: Mar. 13, 2018
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Tae-sik Kong, Laboratory of Clean Power Generation, Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) Research Institute, Dae-jeon, South Korea
Hee-dong Kim, Laboratory of Clean Power Generation, Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) Research Institute, Dae-jeon, South Korea
Soo-hoh Lee, Laboratory of Clean Power Generation, Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) Research Institute, Dae-jeon, South Korea
Jin Lee, Department of Electrical Engineering, Hanbat National University, Dae-jeon, South Korea
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In this research, a normal winding and simulated defective winding were created to examine the correlation between partial discharges, ozone concentration, and ultraviolet radiation in high-voltage motor stator windings. In the simulated defective winding, the semiconductor layer was removed so that discharges could occur easily between the winding surface and the iron core. A high voltage was applied to both normal and defective windings to measure the partial discharge magnitude, ozone concentration, and ultraviolet radiation. Subsequently, the results were compared and analyzed. The electrical partial discharge magnitude, ozone emission, and ultraviolet radiation measurement methods and properties were explained, and all test results and correlations were analyzed.
Partial Discharge, Ozone, Ultraviolet Radiation, Stator Windings
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Analysis of Correlation Among Partial Discharges, Ozone Emission, and Ultraviolet Radiation in High Voltage Motor Stator Windings, American Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems.
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