Modeling the polarization spectrum in composite oil/paper insulation systems

@inproceedings{Jota1999ModelingTP,
  title={Modeling the polarization spectrum in composite oil/paper insulation systems},
  author={Patricia R. S. Jota and Syed S. Islam and F{\'a}bio Gonçalves Jota},
  year={1999}
}
The determination of the polarization spectrum in the low frequency region of the dissipation factor, commonly has been used in practice to diagnose insulation conditions. The recovery voltage method (RVM) is one of the methods used to estimate the polarization spectrum. Nevertheless, current analysis of the RVM tests do not use all the information available from the test. In this paper, a mathematical model of the polarization spectrum is proposed. It is shown that, from the derived model… CONTINUE READING

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