GIS内金属異物の回転を考慮した挙動解析手法の開発と妥当性の検証 Development of Numerical Computational Model for Revolving Metallic Wire Particles' Behavior in GIS and its Evaluation
It has been widely accepted that Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS) has proven to be reliable, compact and has high availability. However, metallic particles forced to fly and kept in motion in high electric field, can cause partial discharges which lead to a flashover of GIS. For the metallic wire particle with the length less than 3mm, its revolving flight and horizontal migration behavior become remarkable. This has been confirmed by the high speed framing video camera. For the revolving particle, we also found that the viscous drag which acts on it controls its flying behavior predominantly. <br> Authors have formulated time motion equation for a revolving metallic particle on the basis of the statistical analysis of the time-resolved and digitized motion data obtained by a high speed framing video camera and taking the drag as one of the major force term. Numerical solution of the time-motion equation gives the maximum flight height-time curves, incidence, departure velocity and migration velocity of the revolving particle against the grounded electrode with or without slope. Fairly well-agreements have been confirmed between the measured and simulated dynamic behavior of the revolving particles. The other major parameters such as allowable maximum flight height, the climbing or descending speed and distance along the slope of the grounded electrode and the trapping factors of a particle trap has been revealed deductively through the simulation. This enables it to optimize the configuration and the operational performance of the particle trap.
- 電気学会論文誌. B, 電力・エネルギー部門誌 = The transactions of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan. B, A publication of Power and Energy Society
電気学会論文誌. B, 電力・エネルギー部門誌 = The transactions of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan. B, A publication of Power and Energy Society 124(4), 643-652, 2004-04-01
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