Publication detail

Multichannel PD Measurement

HAVLÍČEK, T. BOUŠEK, J. MAMMADOV, A. MAGÁT, M.

Original Title

Multichannel PD Measurement

English Title

Multichannel PD Measurement

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This work is focused on PC supported multi channel Partial Discharge (PD) measurement. The partial discharge is regarded as a parasitic effect occurring in insulating systems. Occurrences of partial discharge can be considered quite random effect. Partial discharge can be monitored in electronic circuits which work with high voltage and also with high frequency in the range of some tents of kHz. Especially on turning machines, in integrated circuits where the applied voltage is substantially lower can monitored, but conducting routes dimensions are substantially more closely together. Each fault in insulation (air bubble) between conducting routes can lead from some voltage level to lighting a discharge and subsequent degradation of insulation parameters and it can lead to an electrical breakdown. In this designed system it is possible determine amplitudes of peaks due to adjustable level detection and eliminate the rests of carrier wave and possible noise. All issues of measurements are processed by PC or notebook due to USB.

English abstract

This work is focused on PC supported multi channel Partial Discharge (PD) measurement. The partial discharge is regarded as a parasitic effect occurring in insulating systems. Occurrences of partial discharge can be considered quite random effect. Partial discharge can be monitored in electronic circuits which work with high voltage and also with high frequency in the range of some tents of kHz. Especially on turning machines, in integrated circuits where the applied voltage is substantially lower can monitored, but conducting routes dimensions are substantially more closely together. Each fault in insulation (air bubble) between conducting routes can lead from some voltage level to lighting a discharge and subsequent degradation of insulation parameters and it can lead to an electrical breakdown. In this designed system it is possible determine amplitudes of peaks due to adjustable level detection and eliminate the rests of carrier wave and possible noise. All issues of measurements are processed by PC or notebook due to USB.

Keywords

Partial Discharge (PD), monitoring of PD occurrence, Multichannel measurement,

RIV year

2006

Released

16.10.2006

Publisher

Chania, Crete Institute of Technology, Greece

Location

Chania, Greece

ISBN

978-960-8025-99-8

Book

Electronic System Design 2006, Socrates International Conference Proceedings

Pages from

129

Pages to

132

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT24691,
  author="Tomáš {Havlíček} and Jaroslav {Boušek} and Anar {Mammadov} and Martin {Magát}",
  title="Multichannel PD Measurement",
  annote="This work is focused on PC supported multi channel Partial Discharge (PD) measurement. The partial discharge is regarded as a parasitic effect occurring in insulating systems. Occurrences of partial discharge can be considered quite random effect. Partial discharge can be monitored in electronic circuits which work with high voltage and also with high frequency in the range of some tents of kHz. Especially on turning machines, in integrated circuits where the applied voltage is substantially lower can monitored, but conducting routes dimensions are substantially more closely together. Each fault in insulation (air bubble) between conducting routes can lead from some voltage level to lighting a discharge and subsequent degradation of insulation parameters and it can lead to an electrical breakdown. In this designed system it is possible determine amplitudes of peaks due to adjustable level detection and eliminate the rests of carrier wave and possible noise. All issues of measurements are processed by PC or notebook due to USB.",
  address="Chania, Crete Institute of Technology, Greece",
  booktitle="Electronic System Design 2006, Socrates International Conference Proceedings",
  chapter="24691",
  institution="Chania, Crete Institute of Technology, Greece",
  year="2006",
  month="october",
  pages="129--132",
  publisher="Chania, Crete Institute of Technology, Greece",
  type="conference paper"
}