Research on Correlation between Insulation Performances and Damage Degree of Burned Cable

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In this paper, the insulation near the fault point of a breakdown 220 kV cable joint for burned cable, which kept burning for about one hour, was investigated. The relationship between insulation performance and damage degree of burned cable was analyzed by comprehensive test of material performance. Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) test results showed that the shoulder peak temperature could reflect the heat history of the materials. There was a correlation between damage degree and the characteristic absorption peak of spectrum (IR) graph. The result of mechanical performance was different obviously. The results of broadband dielectric spectrum showed that the relative permittivity and dielectric loss factor for samples close to the fault point were smaller. By the microstructure observation of sample crystal distribution form, the above conclusions were proved. As a conclusion, DSC, IR, SEM and dielectric performance analysis results matched the real situation, showed that these methods was feasible and effective to judge the damage degree of burned cable.

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Junichi Hojo, Tohru Sekino, Jian Feng Yang, Hyung Sun Kim and Wen Bin Cao

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180-185

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X. Yu et al., "Research on Correlation between Insulation Performances and Damage Degree of Burned Cable", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 922, pp. 180-185, 2018

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May 2018

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