Smart Condition Monitoring of Power Cables with Case sites.ieee.org/.../01/Smart-Condition-Monitoring-of-Power- ... Advanced condition monitoring techniques for power cables • On-line and off-line partial discharge detection techniques • Key Benefits:VLF and OWTS tests with

  • Published on
    15-Apr-2018

  • View
    213

  • Download
    1

Embed Size (px)

Transcript

  • Electrical utilities are facing a nerve-racking problem: the continuous increase of aged electrical plant population. The breakdown of a power cable or its accessories may prove expensive for utilities and their customers. It is therefore vital to assess the condition of power cables and apply advanced techniques to reduce the failure rate. Based on the instructors book Condition Assessment of High Voltage Insulation (IET Press 2008) and the Editorial Smart Condition Monitoring (IEEE EIM Sept/Oct 2013), the course is designed to provide a thorough coverage of up-to-date technology on insulation condition monitoring and incipient fault diagnosis of power cables. Focus will also be put on modern maintenance strategies and case studies which will be beneficial for power industry.

    Course Outline: Module 1 Introduction

    Insulation materials utilized in power cables Cable structure and insulation design Electric stress distribution and stress control

    Module 2 Advanced condition monitoring

    techniques for power cables

    On-line and off-line partial discharge detection techniques

    VLF and OWTS tests with PD mapping Distributed temperature sensing On-line remote oil pressure monitoring DGA for oil cables Smart condition monitoring

    Module 3 Case studies

    A new test and management strategy for distribution cables which reduced the failure rate to one third.

    The failure of a 66kV cable was due to the damage of a sinking earthing rod 5 years ago. Why insulation tests over this period could not detect the defect?

    Failures of two 230 kV cable joints due to poor workmanship.

    A new 230 kV cable terminal failed after commission for only 10 days. What is the root cause of the failure? How to prevent such failures?

    The causes and mitigation techniques for hotspots in two 230 kV cable circuits.

    The failures of three 230 kV cables due to a design problem lessons leant.

    Who Should Attend? The course is designed for

    o utility managers, o testing and maintenance engineers, o technical staff in electrical industry, o consultants and o university research students and faculties

    who are involved with the operation, management, testing or purchase of high voltage power cables or the research/teaching in condition monitoring and incipient fault diagnosis.

    Key Benefits: Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to:

    Gain knowledge and skills in current trends and applications for the life management and smart condition monitoring of power cables.

    Through case studies, learn the practical guidelines for incipient fault diagnosis of transmission and distribution cables.

    Develop maintenance strategies for the improvement of electricity supply reliability.

    Videos, Animations and Handouts Lecture PowerPoint slides The instructors book for sale at $50

    Duration and Venue: Sunday June 16, 2016 8:30a.m. 17:30p.m. (Light refreshment will be served) Place:

    Room:

    $X+GST

    Education and Training

    T r a

    i n i n

    g t

    o A

    c c e

    l e r

    a t e

    E x

    p e r

    i e n

    c e

    Smart Condition Monitoring of Power Cables with Case Studies

  • Instructor:

    Prof. Sus books:

    Dr. Q. Su (Charles): Charles received his MEng in 1981 and PhD in 1990 (UNSW, Australia). He was a tests and operations engineer from 71-78, an honorary research associate at the University of Western Australia in 85 and a lecturer at the University of New South Wales from 90-91. From 1992-2002, he was with Monash University working as an associate professor and the head of High Voltage and Insulation Condition Monitoring Group. In 2002, he took up the chief technologist position at a large utility. From 2007 to 2011, he was a professor and chair of Research Committee at the Petroleum Institute in UAE. He was a guest professor at Beijing Electrical Power University in 2012 and a guest professor at Wuhan University in 2013. He was also an adjunct professor at Monash University, Australia. Currently, he is with Newcastle University, UK. Prof. Su has published two books and over 180 journal and conference papers. He received the Vice-Chancellors Special Commendation for Teaching Excellence at Monash University in 2001 and an IEEE Standards Award for his contributions to the Guide on Partial Discharges in Rotating Machines in 2002. His research projects were funded by Australia government and industry for more than $2m. He has provided consulting services to many utilities in the world and conducted a number of training courses for the industry in Australia, Singapore, UAE, China, Malaysia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Indonesia. He is a Fellow of IET (former IEE) and a Senior Member of IEEE since 1991. [1] R.E. James and Q. Su, "Condition Assessment of High Voltage

    Insulation in Power System Equipment" IET Power & Energy series No.53, April 2008.

    http://digital-library.theiet.org/content/books/po/pbpo053e [2] Q. Su, "Electromagnetic Transients in Transformer and Rotating

    Machine Windings" IGI Global Press July 2012. http://www.igi-global.com/book/electromagnetic-transients-transformer-

    rotating-machine/63883

    [1] Q. Su, Smart condition monitoring, the Editorial, IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, Vol. 29, No.5, Sept/Oct 2013, pp.4-5

    Register now: On-line: http://sites.ieee.org/eic/workshops/ E-mail: If you have any questions regarding Short Courses please contact: Inna.Kremza@voith.com

    Education and Training

    T r a

    i n i n

    g t

    o A

    c c e

    l e r

    a t e

    E x

    p e r

    i e n

    c e

    Smart Condition Monitoring of Power Cables with Case Studies

    http://digital-library.theiet.org/content/books/po/pbpo053ehttp://www.igi-global.com/book/electromagnetic-transients-transformer-rotating-machine/63883http://www.igi-global.com/book/electromagnetic-transients-transformer-rotating-machine/63883http://sites.ieee.org/eic/workshops/

    2016 Charles_Su_page 1Who Should Attend?Key Benefits:Videos, Animations and HandoutsDuration and Venue:Sunday June 16, 2016 8:30a.m. 17:30p.m.$X+GSTCourse Outline:

    2016 Charles_Su_page 2Register now:

Recommended

View more >