Failure Characteristics and Mechanism of Nano-Modified Oil-Impregnated Paper Subjected to Repeated Impulse Voltage

@inproceedings{Sun2018FailureCA,
  title={Failure Characteristics and Mechanism of Nano-Modified Oil-Impregnated Paper Subjected to Repeated Impulse Voltage},
  author={Potao Sun and Wenxia Sima and Dingfei Zhang and Xiongwei Jiang and Huangjing Zhang and Ze Fan Yin},
  booktitle={Nanomaterials},
  year={2018}
}
Nano-modification is a prospective method for improving the electrical properties of transformer oil. In most situations, transformer oil combined with cellulose paper is used to construct an insulation system for power equipment, such as power transformers. However, the influence of nanoparticles on the electrical performance of oil-impregnated paper is still unclear. Therefore, in this paper, we identify the failure characteristics of both fresh and nano-modified oil/paper. Specifically, the… CONTINUE READING

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