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Faculty of Engineering

Department of Electrical Engineering

B. Sc. Engineering Honours Degree Course

Level 4 – Semester 2 Examination

EE4270 – HIGH VOLTAGE BREAKDOWN & TESTING

Time Allowed: 2 Hours

February 2009

Additional Material

Graph Paper will be provided if required.

Instructions to Candidates

This paper contains 5 questions in 4 pages.

This examination accounts for 70% of the module assessment.

Total marks for the paper is 70 marks.

The maximum marks attainable is indicated in square brackets.

Answer All Questions.

This is a closed book examination and only authorised Calculators will be permitted.

Technical Information for candidates

-7

**Permeability of free space μ0 = 4 π × 10 H/m
**

-12

Permittivity of free space εo = 8.854 × 10

8

F/m

Velocity of light in free space = 2.998 × 10 m/s

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Determine the spacing between these conductors. equally spaced ACSR conductors. explain cross-bonding of high voltage cables. with the aid of suitable diagrams the cascade arrangement of transformers to obtain high alternating voltage for testing purposes. 3. and C with peak critical breakdown stresses of 200 kV/cm. with the aid of suitable diagrams and equations. If the conductor radius is 10 mm. Take a safety factor as 2 in the design. [7 marks] (b) By deriving the basis for sketching. due to the 3 types of impurities. determine the order and thickness of the insulation for optimum dimensions of the cable. 230/50 kV testing transformer has an 10% leakage reactance and a 2% winding resistance. [2 marks] (b) Explain the streamer mechanism for breakdown in gaseous dielectrics. [6 marks] (d) Describe briefly. [2 marks] Question 3 (a) A single phase cable for a 3-phase. if it is to be designed such that the corona inception voltage is 5% higher than the normal operating voltage of the line at 40o C. Determine the value of the inductance (with a Q-factor of 20) required to obtain resonance and the value of the input voltage required to obtain the required voltage. [2 marks] (e) Explain why breakdown of liquids occur below their intrinsic strength. the avalanche process in the breakdown process of gaseous dielectrics. [3 marks] (b) Describe briefly.2 and 2. considering the breakdown of gaseous dielectrics.4. B. [4 marks] (c) Using sketches.5 kV system. [3 marks] (f) Explain the thermal breakdown of solid insulating materials. why SF6 is suitable in indoor substations. You may assume the expression relating the electric field and the voltage of the line as a starting point. 180 kV/cm and 250 kV/cm and corresponding relative permittivities of 4.8 respectively. [3 marks] Question 2 (a) A 132 kV. is to be designed using 3 insulating materials A. [1 mark] (d) Show with the aid of suitable diagrams how the time lag characteristic of spark breakdown may be determined for the standard impulse voltage waveform. 50 Hz.Question 1 (a) Describe briefly. sketch the field pattern in a three core belted type cable by considering a particular instant of time. [3 marks] (c) A 100 kVA. A cable of capacitance 100 nF is to be tested at 300 kV using this transformer as part of the resonance circuit. three-phase. 72. 50Hz transmission line uses 18 mm diameter. with the aid of suitable diagrams the capacitor charging method of measuring the peak value of a high voltage waveform. EE4270 High Voltage Breakdowns & Testing – February 2009 University of Moratuwa [3 marks] Page 3 of 4 . [3 marks] (c) Explain very briefly.

determine the relative permittivity and the resistivity of the material. [1 mark] (c) Using suitable diagrams briefly describe the test cell used in the measurement of dielectric constant and loss tangent of an insulating liquid. [7 mark] (b) Sketch the diagram of a typical standard capacitor as connected in a high voltage Schering Bridge. [2 marks] (e) Describe briefly why high voltage tests are generally classified into routine tests.Question 4 (a) Show that the deflecting torque of an electrostatic voltmeter is proportional to the product of the square of the applied voltage and the rate of change of capacitance. [3 marks] [END OF QUESTION PAPER] EE4270 High Voltage Breakdowns & Testing – February 2009 University of Moratuwa Page 4 of 4 . [4 marks] (d) Describe with the aid of suitable diagrams how the dielectric loss in a lossy capacitor is measured in comparison with a standard lossless capacitor using the x-y mode in the oscilloscope. sample tests and type tests (or acceptance tests) giving examples to illustrate it. with the aid of suitable diagrams why a resistive potential divider needs to be matched to the cable connecting it to an oscilloscope.50 Hz Figure Q5 (d) Describe how resonance is used to obtain the Q-factor using such a cell. If the dielectric has a cross-section area of 0. [1 mark] unknown 100 Ω D 100 Ω 20 pF tan δ = 0. [2 marks] (c) Describe briefly.001 200 nF Supply 200 kV. Show that the area of the ellipse displayed is proportional to the loss. [5 marks] Question 5 (a) Figure Q5 shows a circuit diagram of a high voltage Schering Bridge. and how the matching may be achieved. with the values at the balance condition. [3 marks] (b) Describe the principle of operation of the attracted disc electrostatic voltmeter.01 m2 and the spacing of 2 cm.

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