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Email Address. Sign In. The main body of Publication contains an in-depth description of the five main types of faults usually found in electrical equipment in service. The familiar gas ratios have been retained for the diagnoses, but with new code limits, while additional gas ratios are suggested for specific fault cases. More precise definitions of normal and alarm gas concentrations in service are indicated.
In the Annexes, examples of typical normal gas concentration values observed in service are given for six different types of equipment. Extensive databases of faulty equipment inspected in service and of typical normal values related to various types and ages of equipment and types of faults have been used for the revision of Publication These databases are presented in this paper for the benefit of the maintenance personnel involved in the interpretation of DGA results in service.
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Do you need a multi-user copy? Our prices are in Swiss francs CHF. We accept all major credit cards American Express, Mastercard and Visa , PayPal and bank transfers as form of payment. IEC describes how the concentrations of dissolved gases or free gases may be interpreted to diagnose the condition of oil-filled electrical equipment in service and suggest future action. This standard is applicable to electrical equipment filled with mineral insulating oil and insulated with cellulosic paper or pressboard-based solid insulation. Information about specific types of equipment such as transformers power, instrument, industrial, railways, distribution , reactors, bushings, switchgear and oil-filled cables is given only as an indication in the application notes. This standard may be applied, but only with caution, to other liquid-solid insulating systems.