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The Use of 3D Modeling in the Diagnosis of Power Capacitors with Acoustic Emission Method

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The article presents the issue modelling the partial discharge phenomenon in engineering and scientific environments using hardware-based computer cluster. The authors present the results of research work on the phenomenon of acoustic emission from partial discharge occurring in power capacitors for power factor correction. The work includes the issues presentation and explanation of solutions enabling to create 3D spatial model of power capacitor. The authors proposed a simplified model of an acoustic test object aimed at improving the process of calculating the results.
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122
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5
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796-799
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2012-11
References
  • [1] B. Gronowski, Ph.D. Thesis, Electrical Faculty AT PW, Warsaw 1989 (in Polish)
  • [2] J. Skubis, Acoustical Emission for Testing of Insulattors of Power Systems, IPPT PAN, Publish of Opole UT, Opole 1998 (in Polish)
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  • [5] S.A. Ashraf, B.G. Stewart, C. Zhou, M.J. Jahabar, : Annual Report of Conf. on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena, Salalah College of Technology, Salalah (Oman) 2006, p. 203
  • [6] A.O. Akumu, F. Adachi, K. Arii, in: IEEE Int. Symp. on Electrical Insulation, Ehime University, Matsuyama 2002, p 331
  • [7] S.A. Ashraf, B.G. Stewart, C. Zhou, J. Jahabar, in: 3rd Int. IEEE-GCC Conf., Bahrain, Salalah College of Technology, Salalah (Oman) 2006, p. 291
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