June 10, 2020
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Background Knowledge, MPD 800

Partial discharge measurements – getting started

June 10, 2020
(15:00 - 16:30 UTC +10:00)
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Australia (Melbourne)
Webinar (Online)
English
Wpdm02en
Background Knowledge, MPD 800

Summary

Become familiar with the basic principles of partial discharge measurements using the MPD system.
Learn to set-up and measure according to IEC 60270. Get an introduction to the interpretation of test results.

Objectives

  • Getting what are PD and how to measure them
  • Measure partial discharges on high voltage devices with the MPD according to IEC 60270
  • Basics of PD assessments
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Content

  • What is Partial Discharge
  • Types of Discharges
  • Understanding how partial discharges are measured
  • Connecting the MPD to high voltage devices
  • Getting to know the MPD system
  • Sample results using recorded streams
  • Basics of interpreting partial discharge test results
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Duration

3:00 p.m. AEST (90 min), UTC+10

Audience

Technical staff from electric utilities, railway and service companies as well as manufacturers to be involved in partial discharge testing

Prerequisites

Knowledge of electrical engineering

Solutions

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