454-1973 IEEE Recommended Practice for the Detection and Measurement of Partial Discharges (Corona) During Dielectric Tests

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Organization: IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Publication Date: 18 October 1973
Status: inactive
Page(s): 1 - 22
ISBN (Online): 978-1-5044-0353-5
DOI: 10.1109/IEEESTD.1973.7420561

Abstracts

Regular

This document is based on IEC Publication 270-1968, Partial Discharge Measurements. adheres closely to the IEC recommendations with the following exceptions:(1) The terms partial discharge energy and partial discharge power are not used in this document but are defined for future reference.(2) Likewise, the corona discharge reference source shown in Fig 5 of the IEC document has been omitted since it is not in common use in the United States.(3) An Appendix concerning calibration techniques has been added since it is felt that the IECrecommendation is lacking in this respect.

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This document is based on IEC Publication 270-1968, Partial Discharge Measurements. adheres closely to the IEC recommendations with the following exceptions:(1) The terms partial discharge energy and partial discharge power are not used in this document but are defined for future reference.(2) Likewise, the corona discharge reference source shown in Fig 5 of the IEC document has been omitted since it is not in common use in the United States.(3) An Appendix concerning calibration techniques has been added since it is felt that the IECrecommendation is lacking in this respect.

Document History

454-1973 - IEEE Recommended Practice for the Detection and Measurement of Partial Discharges (Corona) During Dielectric Tests
October 18, 1973 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

This document is based on IEC Publication 270-1968, Partial Discharge Measurements. adheres closely to the IEC recommendations with the following exceptions:(1) The terms partial discharge energy and partial discharge power are not used in this document but are defined for future reference.(2) Likew...

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