Study of acoustic emission (AE) caused by high voltage insulators
Wong, K.L 2003, Study of acoustic emission (AE) caused by high voltage insulators, in ICMEP 2003 : Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Insulation Condition Monitoring of Electrical Plant, Sichuan Publishing House of Science and Technology, Chengdu, China, pp. 272-274.
ICMEP 2003 : Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Insulation Condition Monitoring of Electrical Plant
Xingliang, Zhang Jian, Li Lijuan, Yang Jianlin, Hu Baochu, Yang Hong, Li
Sichuan Publishing House of Science and Technology
Place of publication
Acoustic emission (AE) study based on the acoustic signal ranges from 30MHz to 300MHz has been performed to diagnose the deterioration of insulation level in outdoor ceramic insulator. Different weather conditions combining with artificially created pollution were produced in laboratory and measurements were recorded over a fixed period of time. Pollution due to fine dust particles has been created according to IEC standard under wet and dry conditions. Samples that exhibit internal cracks and fracture were used in this study. The collected AE signals were sampled and analysed using fractal theory. The results of this study have clearly demonstrated the prospect of using AE technique to monitor the working condition of outdoor insulator.
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