Reddy, Ch. Chakradhar and Ramu, TS (2008) On the DC Conductivity of HV DC Cable Insulation - Cautions in using the Empirical Models. In: 17th Biennial IEEE International Symposium on Electrical Insulation, JUN 09-12, 2008, Vancouver.
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The electrical conduction in insulating materials is a complex process and several theories have been suggested in the literature. Many phenomenological empirical models are in use in the DC cable literature. However, the impact of using different models for cable insulation has not been investigated until now, but for the claims of relative accuracy. The steady state electric field in the DC cable insulation is known to be a strong function of DC conductivity. The DC conductivity, in turn, is a complex function of electric field and temperature. As a result, under certain conditions, the stress at cable screen is higher than that at the conductor boundary. The paper presents detailed investigations on using different empirical conductivity models suggested in the literature for HV DC cable applications. It has been expressly shown that certain models give rise to erroneous results in electric field and temperature computations. It is pointed out that the use of these models in the design or evaluation of cables will lead to errors.
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|Department/Centre:||Division of Electrical Sciences > Electrical Engineering|
|Date Deposited:||26 Mar 2010 07:16|
|Last Modified:||19 Sep 2010 05:58|
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