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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 1)
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Simulation Analysis of Transient Earth Voltages Aroused by Partial Discharge in Switchgear

Man Yuyan, Zhang Chi, Xi Xiaoguang, Wu Minglei, Dong Yanwei, Sun Zhao, Ye Haifeng and Qian Yong
Corresponding Author:  Man Yuyan 

Key words:  Finite Integral Theory (FIT), Partial Discharge (PD), PD location, switchgear, Transient Earth Voltages (TEV) , ,
Vol. 7 , (1): 97-104
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January 29, 2013 March 08, 2013 January 01, 2014
Abstract:

The authors investigated the properties of Transient Earth Voltages (TEV) Aroused by Partial Discharge in Switchgear by Simulation. The mechanism of TEV aroused by partial discharge in switchgears is analyzed. The Finite Integration Theory (FIT) was employed to simulate the propagation of TEV in the switchgear. The simulation results show that the pulse width of TEV increases as the pulse width of PD pulse increases and the amplitude of TEV is proportional to the PD pulse amplitude. There are time differences between the TEV signals of different detecting points when the TEV propagating on the switchgear’s surface. Based on the simulation, a method of locating the PD of switchgear is proposed by positioning multi-sensors on the external surface of switchgear.
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Man Yuyan, Zhang Chi, Xi Xiaoguang, Wu Minglei, Dong Yanwei, Sun Zhao, Ye Haifeng and Qian Yong, 2014. Simulation Analysis of Transient Earth Voltages Aroused by Partial Discharge in Switchgear.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(1): 97-104.
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