The Insulation Design of Enclosure for Diagnostic Device in Extra High Voltage Line

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  • Kim, Ki-Joon (Department of Mechatronics Engineering, Incheon National University)
  • 김기준 (인천대학교 메카트로닉스공학과)
  • Received : 2015.02.03
  • Accepted : 2015.02.10
  • Published : 2015.03.01


In this paper, in order to avoid equipment malfunction due to electromagnetic waves, which can occur when high-voltage live line diagnostic device fabrication, the enclosure structure of the diagnostic device with power lines that can minimize the EMI (electromagnetic interference) was modeled using the FEM (finite element method). Simulation examined the strength of the electric field in the required thickness, material and regions where there is a control board while changing the curvature radius of the corner making the enclosure, and By applying a mechanical design and simulation results that occur during the actual production has been designed for the final design. Most of the simulation results for the electric field is concentrated in the final model, the inner edge of the enclosure could be confirmed that the stable structure.


Supported by : 인천대학교


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