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The Feasibility of Using Daytime Corona Inspection to Identify Contaminated Insulators that Need to Be Washed

Abstract In areas plagued by contamination related flashovers, it is a challenge to decide when to was the transmission line or substation insulators. An experimental study has been performed to investigate the feasibility of using daylight corona detection as a means to identify insulators that needs to be washed. Product ID: 1013675
Sector Name: Power Delivery & Utilization
Date Published: 6/9/2006, Document Type: Technical Update, File size: 3.26 MB, File Type: Adobe PDF

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