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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 18)
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An Innovative Graphite Sliding Bearing for Substation Structures

An Duan, Wei-lun Wang, Ju Chen and 1Wei-Liang Jin
Corresponding Author:  Ju Chen 

Key words:  Experimental investigation, finite element model, graphite sliding bearing, substation structures, thermal expansion, ,
Vol. 4 , (18): 3246-3250
Submitted Accepted Published
December 28, 2011 February 09, 2012 September 15, 2012

In this study, an innovative graphite sliding bearing for substation structures was proposed. The proposed sliding bearing was used to release the thermal expansion in the extra long substation structures. The main parts of the sliding bearing are two ball spherical bearings with corresponding sliding plate. The sliding occurs between graphite plate and stainless steel plate. Experimental investigation was conducted to study the behaviour of proposed sliding bearing. It is shown that the proposed sliding bearing could effectively slide under the load from two other directions. The relationship of horizontal resistant force to vertical load was obtained. The use of sliding bearing in the substation structures was studied using numerical method. A finite element model was developed to simulate the 1000 kV substation structures. It is shown that the thermal expansion could be effectively released by using the proposed sliding bearing so that the extra frame could be eliminated.
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An Duan, Wei-lun Wang, Ju Chen and 1Wei-Liang Jin, 2012. An Innovative Graphite Sliding Bearing for Substation Structures.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 4(18): 3246-3250.
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