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Setup of standard PD calibrator and its uncertainties

  • Kim, Kwang-Hwa ;
  • Yi, Sang-Hwa ;
  • Lee, Heun-Jin ;
  • Kang, Dong-Sik
  • Received : 2010.08.10
  • Accepted : 2011.06.09
  • Published : 2011.09.01

Abstract

The present paper describes the setup of standard partial discharge calibrator for measuring partial discharge and estimating uncertainties. The standard PD calibrator was designed and set up, consisting of a digital pulse generator, capacitor modules, and a digital oscilloscope controlled by software developed in the laboratory. Using this software, averages of charges and rising times and their standard deviations in the measured pulses can also be calculated. The standard PD calibrator generates five types of pulses: single, double, random, oscillating, and long-rising. The coefficient sensitivities to estimate the uncertainties of pulses were extracted in the model circuit of the standard PD calibrator. The uncertainties of charges and rising times in pulses of the standard PD calibrator were estimated with single pulses. These values were 0.3%-1.4% in charges and 1.9%-7.0% in rising time; however, these values are lower than the limit values in IEC 60270.

Keywords

Partial discharge;Uncertainties;Charge;Pulses;Calibrator

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