Building Partial Discharge Signal Wireless Probes

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Abstract

This chapter focuses on the evaluation of the performances of different antenna sensors suitable for Partial Discharge (PD) measurements. Monopole, triangular and spherical antennas were simulated by means of the surface method of moments. The transmitting system is modeled by a power electronic device with a fault current between two metal plates. The shape of the simulated, transmitted and received signals, has been compared to verify the sensor that provides the best fidelity among the three. The auto-correlation function and the Pearson correlation index are adopted here for the comparison. A discussion on the dynamic characteristic of the different antenna probes and their use in different application is proposed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProgress in Compact Antennas
Pages177-203
Number of pages27
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Partial discharges
Antennas
Plate metal
Electric fault currents
Sensors
Method of moments
Power electronics
Autocorrelation

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Romano, P., & Viola, F. (2014). Building Partial Discharge Signal Wireless Probes. In Progress in Compact Antennas (pp. 177-203)

Building Partial Discharge Signal Wireless Probes. / Romano, Pietro; Viola, Fabio.

Progress in Compact Antennas. 2014. p. 177-203.

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Romano, P & Viola, F 2014, Building Partial Discharge Signal Wireless Probes. in Progress in Compact Antennas. pp. 177-203.
Romano P, Viola F. Building Partial Discharge Signal Wireless Probes. In Progress in Compact Antennas. 2014. p. 177-203
Romano, Pietro ; Viola, Fabio. / Building Partial Discharge Signal Wireless Probes. Progress in Compact Antennas. 2014. pp. 177-203
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