Finite element modeling of circuit breaker switching emissions' propagation in GIS

Sven Damian Meier, P.J. Moore, P.F Coventry

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Abstract

Finite element modal analysis is used to predict the frequency spectrum of switching emissions from gas insulated substation switchgear. Field results indicate that the arc can be modeled as an impulsive current source. Fields of resonant modes matching the fields emitted by the arc facilitate the excitement of these modes and shape the spectrum of the emissions. The data provided by the model can be used to identify signal sources and complement a time domain based on-line circuit breaker contact timing system.

Conference

ConferenceInternational Symposium on Electrical Insulating Materials
Abbreviated titleISEIM 2005
CountryJapan
CityKitakyushu
Period5/06/059/06/05

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Electric switchgear
Electric circuit breakers
Modal analysis
Geographic information systems
Gases

Keywords

  • finite element modeling
  • circuit breaker
  • switching
  • emissions propagation
  • gis

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Meier, S. D., Moore, P. J., & Coventry, P. F. (2005). Finite element modeling of circuit breaker switching emissions' propagation in GIS. 604-607. Paper presented at International Symposium on Electrical Insulating Materials, Kitakyushu, Japan. https://doi.org/10.1109/ISEIM.2005.193441
Meier, Sven Damian ; Moore, P.J. ; Coventry, P.F. / Finite element modeling of circuit breaker switching emissions' propagation in GIS. Paper presented at International Symposium on Electrical Insulating Materials, Kitakyushu, Japan.3 p.
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Finite element modeling of circuit breaker switching emissions' propagation in GIS. / Meier, Sven Damian; Moore, P.J.; Coventry, P.F.

2005. 604-607 Paper presented at International Symposium on Electrical Insulating Materials, Kitakyushu, Japan.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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Meier SD, Moore PJ, Coventry PF. Finite element modeling of circuit breaker switching emissions' propagation in GIS. 2005. Paper presented at International Symposium on Electrical Insulating Materials, Kitakyushu, Japan. https://doi.org/10.1109/ISEIM.2005.193441