A Parameterization Approach for the Dielectric Response Model of Oil Paper Insulation Using FDS Measurements
AbstractTo facilitate better interpretation of dielectric response measurements—thereby directing numerical evidence for condition assessments of oil-paper-insulated equipment in high-voltage alternating current (HVAC) transmission systems—a novel approach is presented to estimate the parameters in the extended Debye model (EDM) using wideband frequency domain spectroscopy (FDS). A syncretic algorithm that integrates a genetic algorithm (GA) and the Levenberg-Marquardt (L-M) algorithm is introduced in the present study to parameterize EDM using the FDS measurements of a real-life 126 kV oil-impregnated paper (OIP) bushing under different controlled temperatures. As for the uncertainty of the EDM structure due to variable branch quantity, Akaike’s information criterion (AIC) is employed to determine the model orders. For verification, comparative analysis of FDS reconstruction and results of FDS transformation to polarization–depolarization current (PDC)/return voltage measurement (RVM) are presented. The comparison demonstrates good agreement between the measured and reconstructed spectroscopies of complex capacitance and tan δ over the full tested frequency band (10−4 Hz–103 Hz) with goodness of fit over 0.99. Deviations between the tested and modelled PDC/RVM from FDS are then discussed. Compared with the previous studies to parameterize the model using time domain dielectric responses, the proposed method solves the problematic matching between EDM and FDS especially in a wide frequency band, and therefore assures a basis for quantitative insulation condition assessment of OIP-insulated apparatus in energy systems. View Full-Text
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Yang, F.; Du, L.; Yang, L.; Wei, C.; Wang, Y.; Ran, L.; He, P. A Parameterization Approach for the Dielectric Response Model of Oil Paper Insulation Using FDS Measurements. Energies 2018, 11, 622.
Yang F, Du L, Yang L, Wei C, Wang Y, Ran L, He P. A Parameterization Approach for the Dielectric Response Model of Oil Paper Insulation Using FDS Measurements. Energies. 2018; 11(3):622.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yang, Feng; Du, Lin; Yang, Lijun; Wei, Chao; Wang, Youyuan; Ran, Liman; He, Peng. 2018. "A Parameterization Approach for the Dielectric Response Model of Oil Paper Insulation Using FDS Measurements." Energies 11, no. 3: 622.
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