A REVIEW OF STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF PARTIAL DISCHARGE FOR DIFFERENT INSULATION MATERIALS WITH CAPACITANCE VALUE
In the high voltage (HV) electrical power system, a variety of solid, liquid and gaseous materials are used for insulation purposes to protect incipient faults within the HV power equipment. Among these, solid insulation is widely used for high voltage equipment in high voltage power systems. Most insulation materials are not perfect in all respects and always contain some impurities. In high voltage (HV) electrical equipment, the quality of the insulation plays a very important role. Continued growth in the power system has provided the opportunity to protect equipment for healthy operation throughout its useful life.
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