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Carl Wolmarans from Nynas will be giving a technical presentation when experts from all over the world meet in Bucharest to share experiences on the development of electric power systems.
Modern Management Technology will be the keywords when the international industry organisation CIGRE holds the International Conference on Condition Monitoring, Diagnosis and Maintenance in the Rumanian capital city Bucharest. The conference will take place from 25 until 27 September, and areas for discussion include Smart Grids, Condition Monitoring and Diagnosis in Power Plants, Modern Maintenance Tools and Technologies and Asset Management Tools for Power Equipment.
The conference in Bucharest, which also includes an exhibition, provides an ideal opportunity for participants – including power systems engineers, decision makers and academics – to keep up to date with technical developments and to meet key suppliers of products and services for electrical power systems.
One of the technical presentations at the conference will be given by Carl Wolmarans, Development Engineer within the Electrical Industry division of Nynas.
The basic premise of the presentation – The key aspects of insulating fluids; HV performance, ageing behaviour & fault markers – deals with the need for an holistic approach when evaluating the suitability of an insulating fluid for a certain equipment type and design, as there are an increasing number of options available for insulating fluids used in power transformers.
Three of the most important aspects of insulating fluids will be covered briefly by Carl Wolmarans in order to provide an insight into some of the factors and properties at play.
“Firstly there is HV performance, which relies on the intrinsic chemistry of the fluid as well as its purity and condition. Then there is also ageing behaviour, where one must assess and consider oxidation, hydrolysis and thermal degradation as well as the consumption of any additives that are used to improve ageing. Lastly, some attention will be paid to Dissolved Gas Analysis (DGA) and how a context-driven approach together with further research and empirical data is necessary to establish DGA norms for alternative fluids,” summarises Carl Wolmarans.
Together with the leading suppliers to the transformer industry, Nynas is participating as highly-specialised engineers and procurement professionals gather to study the latest products and solutions.Read more about Focus on trends and technical development at CWIEME Berlin
Nynas will be giving two presentations at this year’s Transform event in Orlando, USA on 7-9 June, one about optimised transformer performance and one with a focus on insulating fluid specifications.Read more about The future of transformer technology at TRANSFORM Americas 2017