Design and Simulation Test of an Open D-Dot Voltage Sensor
AbstractNowadays, sensor development focuses on miniaturization and non-contact measurement. According to the D-dot principle, a D-dot voltage sensor with a new structure was designed based on the differential D-dot sensor with a symmetrical structure, called an asymmetric open D-dot voltage sensor. It is easier to install. The electric field distribution of the sensor was analyzed through Ansoft Maxwell and an open D-dot voltage sensor was designed. This open D-voltage sensor is characteristic of accessible insulating strength and small electric field distortion. The steady and transient performance test under 10 kV-voltage reported satisfying performances of the designed open D-dot voltage sensor. It conforms to requirements for a smart grid measuring sensor in intelligence, miniaturization and facilitation. View Full-Text
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Bai, Y.; Wang, J.; Wei, G.; Yang, Y. Design and Simulation Test of an Open D-Dot Voltage Sensor. Sensors 2015, 15, 23640-23652.
Bai Y, Wang J, Wei G, Yang Y. Design and Simulation Test of an Open D-Dot Voltage Sensor. Sensors. 2015; 15(9):23640-23652.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bai, Yunjie; Wang, Jingang; Wei, Gang; Yang, Yongming. 2015. "Design and Simulation Test of an Open D-Dot Voltage Sensor." Sensors 15, no. 9: 23640-23652.