Novel Concept for Monitoring Partial Discharge on EHV-Cable System Accessories using No Active Components at the Accessories
A sensitive, directional coupling sensor attached to a high-voltage power transmission cable couples enough signal from, a partial discharge to an electrooptic modulator to measurably change the amplitude of an optical carrier. The demonstrated sensitivity and bandwidth lead to the design of a very robust system for measuring partial discharge that requires no power at the site of the sensor. System concept and experimental results are shown and future options discussed.
D. Pommerenke and K. D. Masterson, "Novel Concept for Monitoring Partial Discharge on EHV-Cable System Accessories using No Active Components at the Accessories," IEE Conference Publication, no. 473, pp. 145-149, Institution of Engineering and Technology (IEE), Sep 2000.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1049/cp:20000494
8th International Conference on Dielectric Materials, Measurements and Applications (2000: Sep. 17-21, Edinburgh, UK)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
EHV Power Transmission; Electric Cables; Electrooptical Devices; Modulators; Partial Discharges; Sensors; Directional Coupling Sensors; Electrooptic Modulators; Electric Insulation Testing
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01 Sep 2000