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Use of Photometry in the Field of High Voltage

Originální název

Use of Photometry in the Field of High Voltage

Anglický název

Use of Photometry in the Field of High Voltage

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Originální abstrakt

Laboratory testing of high voltage tested objects often leads to creation of discharges. Discharges are generated by breakdowns or flashovers outer insulation of the tested objects. These discharges generate emission in the IR, UV and also in the spectrum of light. The spectrum and intensity of radiation is dependent on the duration and level of passing current discharge. The shape, density and the spectrum of the discharge are also to some extent affected by the chemical composition of the gas surroundings, the electrode materials and the atmospheric pressure. The parameters of discharges are usually in HV laboratories specified by the measured time course of voltage and current passing through the discharge. An alternative is using of the analytical tools of lighting laboratory. Timing can be determined by using a fast photodiode. The chemical composition of the gas atmosphere and the electrode material affect the measured spectrum of light and UV. The average measured brightness value is dependent on the passing current of discharge and ambient gas pressure. The content of the article is focused on the application of some instruments from the filed of photometry to the high voltage measurement. This opens up new possibilities for the combination of these two disciplines and finding new possibilities of application.

Anglický abstrakt

Laboratory testing of high voltage tested objects often leads to creation of discharges. Discharges are generated by breakdowns or flashovers outer insulation of the tested objects. These discharges generate emission in the IR, UV and also in the spectrum of light. The spectrum and intensity of radiation is dependent on the duration and level of passing current discharge. The shape, density and the spectrum of the discharge are also to some extent affected by the chemical composition of the gas surroundings, the electrode materials and the atmospheric pressure. The parameters of discharges are usually in HV laboratories specified by the measured time course of voltage and current passing through the discharge. An alternative is using of the analytical tools of lighting laboratory. Timing can be determined by using a fast photodiode. The chemical composition of the gas atmosphere and the electrode material affect the measured spectrum of light and UV. The average measured brightness value is dependent on the passing current of discharge and ambient gas pressure. The content of the article is focused on the application of some instruments from the filed of photometry to the high voltage measurement. This opens up new possibilities for the combination of these two disciplines and finding new possibilities of application.

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@inproceedings{BUT128044,
  author="Michal {Krbal} and Jan {Škoda} and Jaroslav {Štěpánek} and Stanislav {Sumec} and Petr {Baxant}",
  title="Use of Photometry in the Field of High Voltage",
  annote="Laboratory testing of high voltage tested objects
often leads to creation of discharges. Discharges are generated by
breakdowns or flashovers outer insulation of the tested objects.
These discharges generate emission in the IR, UV and also in the
spectrum of light. The spectrum and intensity of radiation is
dependent on the duration and level of passing current discharge.
The shape, density and the spectrum of the discharge are also to
some extent affected by the chemical composition of the gas
surroundings, the electrode materials and the atmospheric
pressure. The parameters of discharges are usually in HV
laboratories specified by the measured time course of voltage and
current passing through the discharge. An alternative is using of
the analytical tools of lighting laboratory. Timing can be
determined by using a fast photodiode. The chemical composition
of the gas atmosphere and the electrode material affect the
measured spectrum of light and UV. The average measured
brightness value is dependent on the passing current of discharge
and ambient gas pressure. The content of the article is focused on
the application of some instruments from the filed of photometry
to the high voltage measurement. This opens up new possibilities
for the combination of these two disciplines and finding new
possibilities of application.",
  address="Warsaw University of Technology",
  booktitle="VI IEEE Lighting Conference of the Visegrad Countries LUMEN V4",
  chapter="128044",
  edition="first",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Warsaw University of Technology",
  year="2016",
  month="september",
  pages="27--31",
  publisher="Warsaw University of Technology",
  type="conference paper"
}