Effect of Grounded Needles on Electrical Treeing in XLPE Cable Specimens under AC StressCitation formats

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Effect of Grounded Needles on Electrical Treeing in XLPE Cable Specimens under AC Stress. / Hu, Frances; Rowland, Simon; Emersic, Christopher et al.

International Conference on Dielectrics. 2022.

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Hu, F, Rowland, S, Emersic, C, Gardner, R & Chen, T 2022, Effect of Grounded Needles on Electrical Treeing in XLPE Cable Specimens under AC Stress. in International Conference on Dielectrics.

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Hu, F., Rowland, S., Emersic, C., Gardner, R., & Chen, T. (2022). Effect of Grounded Needles on Electrical Treeing in XLPE Cable Specimens under AC Stress. In International Conference on Dielectrics

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Hu F, Rowland S, Emersic C, Gardner R, Chen T. Effect of Grounded Needles on Electrical Treeing in XLPE Cable Specimens under AC Stress. In International Conference on Dielectrics. 2022

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Hu, Frances ; Rowland, Simon ; Emersic, Christopher et al. / Effect of Grounded Needles on Electrical Treeing in XLPE Cable Specimens under AC Stress. International Conference on Dielectrics. 2022.

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@inproceedings{549c165709f145a8b76c6b63a302f6a4,
title = "Effect of Grounded Needles on Electrical Treeing in XLPE Cable Specimens under AC Stress",
abstract = "Electrical treeing is a pre-breakdown phenomenon which occurs in polymers and can lead to power failure in cables. Common electrode configurations used to initiate tree growth in laboratories use an HV needle and grounded plane, which may be impractical for some experimental situations. This paper investigates the influence of earthing the needle and energizing the planar electrode on electrical treeing characteristics, such as initiation and propagation. Testing was conducted under 50 Hz AC stress, in samples cut from XLPE cables. Experimental parameters such as tree initiation time, growth rate, fractal dimension, and phase-resolved partial discharge (PRPD) patterns were measured. Analysis shows that there is negligible difference in treeing behavior as a result of changing the earthing arrangement, verifying that the experimental arrangements are equivalent.",
author = "Frances Hu and Simon Rowland and Christopher Emersic and Richard Gardner and Tony Chen",
year = "2022",
month = jul,
language = "English",
booktitle = "International Conference on Dielectrics",

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AU - Gardner, Richard

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N2 - Electrical treeing is a pre-breakdown phenomenon which occurs in polymers and can lead to power failure in cables. Common electrode configurations used to initiate tree growth in laboratories use an HV needle and grounded plane, which may be impractical for some experimental situations. This paper investigates the influence of earthing the needle and energizing the planar electrode on electrical treeing characteristics, such as initiation and propagation. Testing was conducted under 50 Hz AC stress, in samples cut from XLPE cables. Experimental parameters such as tree initiation time, growth rate, fractal dimension, and phase-resolved partial discharge (PRPD) patterns were measured. Analysis shows that there is negligible difference in treeing behavior as a result of changing the earthing arrangement, verifying that the experimental arrangements are equivalent.

AB - Electrical treeing is a pre-breakdown phenomenon which occurs in polymers and can lead to power failure in cables. Common electrode configurations used to initiate tree growth in laboratories use an HV needle and grounded plane, which may be impractical for some experimental situations. This paper investigates the influence of earthing the needle and energizing the planar electrode on electrical treeing characteristics, such as initiation and propagation. Testing was conducted under 50 Hz AC stress, in samples cut from XLPE cables. Experimental parameters such as tree initiation time, growth rate, fractal dimension, and phase-resolved partial discharge (PRPD) patterns were measured. Analysis shows that there is negligible difference in treeing behavior as a result of changing the earthing arrangement, verifying that the experimental arrangements are equivalent.

M3 - Conference contribution

BT - International Conference on Dielectrics

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