Application of UV-Vis Spectroscopic Analysis for Transformer Insulating Paper Degradation

Title
Application of UV-Vis Spectroscopic Analysis for Transformer Insulating Paper Degradation
Authors
공호성한흥구
Keywords
전기절연유; 절연지; 열화; 자외선-가시광선 광분광분석기; 모니터링
Issue Date
2019-06
Publisher
한국윤활학회지; Journal of the KSTLE (Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers)
Citation
VOL 35, NO 3-157
Abstract
Insulated oil degradation produces charged by-products, such as acids and hydro-peroxides, which tend to reduce the insulating properties of the oil. In this study, UV-vis spectroscopy measurement technology is developed and experimentally compared with other measurement methods, such as the titration method and IR spectroscopy, to validate its ability to monitor the degradation of electrical insulating paper. The degradation characteristics of the insulating paper are appropriately represented through various types of measurement methods, such as the Tan (delta) method, CO2 gas production measurement, the titration method, and IR spectroscopy. The results are demonstrated to be well comparable to a change in the fluorescence emission ratio (FER), which is defined as the shift in fluorescence intensity in the measured wavelength range, and also to the chromatic ratio, which is defined as a color shift to longer wavelength ranges. The results also show that, by using UV-vis spectroscopy, it is possible to detect the degradation of the insulating paper. This study suggests that UV-vis spectroscopy can be applied as an alternative to high-performance liquid chromatography, which is the internationally recognized measurement technology for cellulose paper degradation. The FER detector is also verified to be useful as an effective condition-monitoring device for power transformers.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/69600
ISSN
1229-4845
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