Optical Characteristics and Fault Diagnosis of Partial Discharge in C4F7N/CO2 Gas mixture and SF6 Based on Novel Multispectral Microarray Detection

Yiming Zang, Yong Qian, Xiaoli Zhou, Mohamad Ghaffarian Niasar, Gehao Sheng, Xiuchen Jiang

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Abstract

Optical partial discharge (PD) detection is an efficient means of diagnosing the insulation status of power equipment. C4F7N/CO2 gas mixture is a very potential environmentally friendly SF6 substitute gas, and its PD optical characteristics need to be studied to guide the PD diagnosis of novel C4F7N/CO2 equipment. Therefore, this paper proposes a multispectral microarray detection technology, which can achieve high-sensitivity detection and PD diagnosis by simultaneously collecting the spectral characteristics of multiple bands. By setting up an experimental platform, the PD experiments of 4 typical defects in C4F7N/CO2 gas mixture with 5 different proportions and pure SF6 are carried out. Based on the analysis of PD multispectral features, the correlation between different gases and the difference between different defects are obtained. Finally, combining multispectral detection with t-distributed stochastic neighbor embedding (T-SNE) feature extraction algorithm, a PD diagnosis method that can adapt to both C4F7N/CO2 gas mixture and SF6 is proposed, which provides a reference for PD detection of novel C4F7N/CO2 equipment application.

Original languageEnglish
JournalIEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2022

Keywords

  • C4F7N/CO2 gas mixture
  • Gases
  • Integrated optics
  • multispectral microarray detection
  • Optical attenuators
  • Optical buffering
  • optical characteristic
  • Optical filters
  • Optical sensors
  • partial discharge
  • Partial discharges

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