TRANSFORMER HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM

Authors

  • Keerthan Reddy G K Final year students, Department of Electrical and Electronics, Sapthagiri College of Engineering, Bengaluru
  • Abdul Razak H S Final year students, Department of Electrical and Electronics, Sapthagiri College of Engineering, Bengaluru

Keywords:

Power transformer, health of transformer, grid stability, economic losses, Raman spectroscopy

Abstract

Power transformer is a complex and critical component of the power transmission and distribution system. System abnormalities, loading, switching and ambient condition normally contributes towards accelerated aging and sudden failure. In the absence of critical components monitoring, the failure risk is always high. For early fault detection and real-time condition assessment, online monitoring system in accordance with age and conditions of the asset would be an important tool. After being indicative of abnormality, it is important to carry out offline tests/ diagnostics to ascertain the overall integrity and assessment to avoid unscheduled outages, financial/ revenue losses and environmental/ collateral damages. Paying higher attention to vital equipment Transformers are valuable components in electrical power networks Outages have not only financial repercussions, they also impact on the stability of the grid.

References

Lizhi Zhao, Weigen Chen, Fu Wan, Jing Shi “Laser Raman Spectroscopy Applied in Detecting Gas in Transformer Oil”, 2013 Annual Report- Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena

X.G. Yang, Q.L. Wu, Raman spectroscopy analysis and application. Beijing: National Defence Industry Press, 2008.

DR.G.V.RAO “ROWSONS TRANSFORMER MANUAL”

Additional Files

Published

15-07-2017

How to Cite

Keerthan Reddy G K, & Abdul Razak H S. (2017). TRANSFORMER HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 3(7). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/1213