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An Electroscope System Based on Electric Field Measurement Method for UHV Transmission Lines
International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems (2012)
  • Fan Yang
  • Wei He
  • Tao Chen
  • Xiaochu Luo
  • Yongchang Fu
Abstract
The paper describes an electric field measurement method based electroscope system to check the electrification state of ultra-high voltage transmission lines, which is composed of three parts: 1) Measuring terminal; 2) Central sever; 3) GPRS and Internet network. The measuring terminal was used to measure the electric field and the location of the measuring points, then the measured data was sent to the central sever by GPRS and Internet network, and requested for an electricity state confirmation. When the sever received a request from a terminal, the electric fields and locations of the measuring points were obtained first, then according to the location of the measuring points, the server searches the corresponding objective transmission lines in the database and read their parameters. According to the parameters of the measuring points and transmission lines, a calculation would be carried out to confirm the electrification state of the transmission lines. For the confirmation calculation, equations for the electric field inverse problem of the transmission lines were set up first, then global regularization and damped Gauss Newton (DGN) method were used to solve the inverse problem. A 500kV double loops transmission line was taken as an example to verify the validity of this method. The electric field and location of 11 measuring points were measured by the measuring terminal firstly, and then sent to the central sever. Electrification state was confirmed by the central sever.
Keywords
  • electroscope,
  • ultra-high voltage,
  • transmission line,
  • electric field
Publication Date
November 29, 2012
Citation Information
Fan Yang, Wei He, Tao Chen, Xiaochu Luo, et al.. "An Electroscope System Based on Electric Field Measurement Method for UHV Transmission Lines" International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems Vol. 10 Iss. 2 (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/yangfan/1/