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Effect of repetitive impulsive voltage duty cycle on partial discharge features and insulation endurance of enameled wires for inverter-fed low voltage machines
发布时间: 2017-12-25 18:17:44
Abstract:
Dealing with electrical rotating machines fed by voltage converters, understanding the effect of impulsive voltage parameters on partial discharge features is of great importance to select appropriate impulsive voltage to perform partial discharge inception voltage measurements. Similarly, the dependence of insulation endurance on voltage parameters might help to develop qualification tests providing more accurate evaluation of insulation performance. The effect of voltage duty cycle on partial discharge characteristics and endurance of inverter-fed motor insulation were investigated through a large number of tests performed on single-contact crossed enameled wires under bipolar repetitive impulse wave voltages. The partial discharge pattern, magnitude, repetition rate show that short impulsive voltage duration (i.e. small duty cycles), can induce asymmetric PD patterns and reduce the probability of PD inception at the falling flanks of impulsive voltages. Moreover, the endurance tests indicate that the duty cycle of the repetitive square wave voltage can affect the insulation endurance significantly. Repetitive square wave voltages with small duty cycles tend to overestimate endurance. Accordingly, when performing partial discharge inception voltage and endurance tests on insulation of inverter-fed motors, the influence of duty cycle should be carefully considered.
Page(s): 2123 - 2131
Date of Publication: 13 September 2017 
Print ISSN: 1070-9878
INSPEC Accession Number: 17171455
Publisher: IEEE
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