Electromagnetic Finite Differences Time Domain (FDTD) Modeling of Partial Discharge Coupling Applied to High Voltage Cables and Cable Joints
This paper analyses the dependence of the output signals from different sensors as a function of partial discharge (PD) location using finite differences time domain (FDTD) modeling and compares their ability to quantify signals to the standard PD measurement method.
D. Pommerenke et al., "Electromagnetic Finite Differences Time Domain (FDTD) Modeling of Partial Discharge Coupling Applied to High Voltage Cables and Cable Joints," IEE Conference Publication, no. 473, pp. 497-502, Institution of Engineering and Technology (IEE), Sep 2000.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1049/cp:20000559
8th International Conference on Dielectric Materials, Measurements and Applications (2000: Sep. 17-21, Edinburgh, UK)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Cable Jointing; Dielectric Materials; Electromagnetism; Finite Difference Method; Mathematical Models; Partial Discharges; Sensitivity Analysis; Time Domain Analysis; Waveform Analysis; Finite Differences Time Domain (FDTD) Analysis; Electric Insulating Materials
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