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Measuring Partial Discharge


A two-day course from the pioneers of Partial Discharge (PD) technology, covering PD theory, PD detection instruments and PD measuring techniques. Detecting and measuring Partial Discharge activity gives a unique insight into the condition of MV and HV assets without the need for expensive shutdowns or invasive testing.

EA Technology pioneered PD theory and has developed an award-winning range of PD detection instruments and condition assessment techniques that help you achieve greater network reliability and prolong asset life, while at the same time greatly enhancing operator safety.

The course will introduce you to PD theory and the instruments used to measure PD in a range of equipment while explaining how to analyse and interpret the data you collect in greater detail.

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Agenda

Day one

Introduction and Basic Theory

  • Introduction of partial discharge
  • Partial discharge theory
  • Detection methods - UltraTEV Plus², UltraTEV monitor and PD Hawk
  • Advances in Instrument development

UltraTEV Plus²

  • PD detection
  • Features of UltraTEV Plus²
  • TEV measurement with UltraTEV Plus²
  • Ultrasonic measurements using UltraTEV Plus²
  • Locating discharge using new UltraTEV Plus² locator probe
  • Data recording methods
  • Interpretation of results
  • Case studies

Practical Demonstration using the UltraTEV Plus²

  • Practical survey using dedicated on-site demonstration equipment
  • Step by step mentoring of all participants
  • Best practice approach for carrying out TEV and ultrasonic measurements
  • Locating discharge using new UltraTEV Plus² locator probe

Overview of UltraTEV Plus² Monitor

Overview of PD Hawk

Assessment

Day two

Introduction to Cables

  • Cable types
  • Cable failure modes
  • Examples of cable failures

Cable Partial Discharge Theory

  • Standards
  • Principles of partial discharge testing in cables
  • Comparison of offline/online cable testing

Online Testing using the CableData Collector Solution

  • How the CableData collector works
  • Practical applications
  • Collecting data in the field
  • Analysing data using analysis software CDAS
  • Interpretation of results
  • Locating discharge sources using CDAS
  • Reporting
  • Case studies

Practical Session using the CableData Collector

Questions

Programme may be subject to amendment

Why attend?
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£850

Course duration 2 days

Course Location Capenhurst, Chester

EA Technology are accredited members of the CPD certification service. This course counts towards your planned CPD requirements.
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CPD Information

12 Hours

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