Determination of temperature distribution on windings of oil transformer based on the laws of heat transfer

Keywords: transformer, thermal conductivity, insulation, temperature, heating, modeling, cooling, heat transfer, heat, heat release, conductor, prediction, measurement

Abstract

Object of research: development of a technology for determining the temperature of the winding of a power oil transformer, in particular, the analysis of thermal processes in the winding of a power transformer during short-term overloads, taking into account the influence of the environment.

Investigated problem: temperature distribution in the winding of a power oil transformer taking into account short-term load surges in the problem of assessing the residual life of the insulation of the transformer winding by temperature aging. The calculation of the temperature distribution in the winding was carried out using the passport data and characteristics of the power oil transformer, including the winding, transformer oil, load currents.

Main scientific results: a mathematical model was calculated, with the help of which the results of temperature distribution in the transformer winding were obtained during short-term load surges or constant work with an increased load. According to the presented model, the analysis of the cooling time of the transformer winding after short-term overloads is carried out. Comparing the results obtained on the simulation model with the known results of experimental studies of the temperature distribution in the winding of a power transformer, the adequacy of the mathematical model is proved. It is shown that the use of the laws of heat transfer in a homogeneous plate to analyze the temperature distribution in the transformer winding is not wrong, but requires clarifications and simplifications.

The area of practical use of the research results: enterprises of the machine-building industry and energy companies specializing in the production and operation of transformer equipment. Innovative technological product: simulation model of heat distribution in a transformer winding, which can take into account the load of the transformer, the effect of the environment on the insulation of the transformer windings.

An innovative technological product: a method for diagnosing the duration of the non-failure operation of a transformer, which makes it possible to ensure trouble-free operation and save money for the repair of transformer equipment.

Scope of application of the innovative technological product: design and development of diagnostic systems for windings of power oil transformers

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Author Biographies

Volodymyr Grabko, Vinnytsia National Technical University

Department of Electromechanical Systems Automation in Industry and Transport

Stanislav Tkachenko, Vinnytsia National Technical University

Department of Heat Power Engineering

Oleksandr Palaniuk, Vinnytsia National Technical University

Department of Electromechanical Systems Automation in Industry and Transport

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2021-10-29
How to Cite
Grabko, V., Tkachenko, S., & Palaniuk, O. (2021). Determination of temperature distribution on windings of oil transformer based on the laws of heat transfer. ScienceRise, (5), 3-13. https://doi.org/10.21303/2313-8416.2021.002140
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Innovative technologies in industry