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Quantitative analysis of ageing dondition of insulating paper using infrared spectroscopy
RUBEN SALDIVAR GUERRERO
EDGAR NAZAREO CABRERA ALVAREZ
ULISES LEON SILVA
FRANCISCO ARTURO LOPEZ GONZALEZ
FILEMON DELGADO ARROYO
Héctor Lara Covarrubias
Acceso Abierto
Artículo
Inglés
2016
Transformers are very expensive apparatuses and are vital to make the whole power system run normally. The failures in such apparatuses could leave them out of service, causing severe economic losses. The life of a transformer can be effectively determined by the life of the insulating paper. In the present work, we show an alternative diagnostic technique to determine the ageing condition of transformer paper by the use of FTIR spectroscopy and an empirical model. This method has the advantage of using a microsample that could be extracted from the transformer on-site. The proposed technique offers an approximation quantitative evaluation of the degree of polymerization of dielectric papers and could be used for transformer diagnosis and remaining life estimation.
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