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Equivalent salt deposit density prediction of outdoor polymer insulators during salt fog test
Khaled A., Ayman El-Hag,
Published in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Volume: 2016-December
Pages: 786 - 789
Contamination flashover happens when soluble or non-soluble deposits cover the surface of the insulator which results in a reduction in its surface resistance. Many researchers used the leakage current to predict the contamination level on the surface of ceramic outdoor insulators. This can be used as a mean to warn transmission power operators about the advent of contamination flashover. However, there have been few researches to predict the contamination levels on the surface of non-composite or polymer insulators. This work aims to develop a practical technique to monitor and evaluate the surface condition of non-composite by predicting the soluble contamination level known as equivalent salt deposit density (ESDD). © 2016 IEEE.
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