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Partial Discharge Phenomenology and Induced Aging Behavior in Rotating Machines Controlled by Power Electronics
发布时间: 2017-12-28 03:43:25
Abstract:
To address the reliability of rotating machine insulation, the International Electrotechnical Commission implemented new standards and technical specifications that are relevant to low-voltage and medium-voltage inverter-fed motors. Insulation evaluation under such power supply relies upon partial discharge (PD) measurements and accelerated life tests, which should be conducted (at least for the turn-to-turn insulation) under impulsive voltage waveform. The effect of impulsive voltage parameters on PD inception voltage and, in particular, endurance tests must be investigated to design test procedures that can indicate insulation quality and its behavior in service. This paper examines the effect of repetitive impulsive voltage waveform parameters on PD and the endurance (life) of organic insulation for rotating machine wires based on experiments performed on single-contact crossed pairs. Results show that the features of repetitive voltage impulse affect PD time and frequency characteristics, PD phase distribution, and endurance. Consequently, evaluation of insulation subjected to power electronics waveforms should take into account the appropriate choice of impulsive voltage parameter to fit to the type of PD phenomenology occurring in service conditions.
Published in: IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics Volume: 61Issue: 12, Dec. 2014 )
Page(s): 7105 - 7112
Date of Publication: 25 April 2014 
 ISSN Information:
INSPEC Accession Number: 14581777
Publisher: IEEE
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