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GB/T 28547-2012 selection and application recommendations of metal oxide surge arresters for a.c.systems

Standard Number:  GB/T 28547-2012
Title:  selection and application recommendations of metal oxide surge arresters for a.c.systems
Language:  Simplified Chinese
Publication Date:  2012/6/29
Execute Date:  2012/11/1
Status:  Current
International Classification for Standards (ICS)ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING>>Insulation>>Other standards related to insulation
Publisher:  Chinese Standards(GB)
Price:120.00  
Number of Pages:104【-】  

Description:This standard nominal voltage is greater than 1 kv ac system was put forward by the selection of arrester and application Suggestions. These recommendations are applicable for GB11032 defined in the exchange non-clearane metal oxide surge arrester, GB/T28182-2011 defined in the rated voltage up to and including 52 kv surge arrester series gap, as well as IEC60099-8, DL/T815-2002 and JB/T10497 defined - 2005 Used for overhead transmission lines and distribution line gap with series of metal oxide surge arrester.  
Cross References:,,
GB311.1 (GB 311.1-1997 Insulation co-ordination for high voltage transmission and distribution equipment,NEQIEC60071-1:1993)
GB/T311.2 2:(GB/T 311.2-2002 Insulation co-ordination--Part 2:Application guide for insulation co-ordination for high voltage transmission and distribution equipment,EQVIEC60071-2:1996)
GB/T311.4 4:(GB/T 311.4-2010 Insulation co-ordination - Part 4: Computational guide to insulation Co-ordination and modeling of electrical networks,IEC/TR 60071-4-2004 Insulation co-ordination - Part 4: Computational guide to insulation co-ordination and modelling of electrical networks,MOD)
GB/T 4585-2004 Artificial pollution tests on high-voltage insulators to be used on a.c. systems (IEC 60507-1991 Artificial pollution tests on high-voltage insulators to be used on a.c. systems,IDT)
GB/T 6115.2-2002 Series capacitorsfor power systems--Part 2:Protective equipment for series capacitor banks 2:(IEC 60143-2-1994 Series capacitors for power systems - Part 2: Protective equipment for series capacitor banks,IDT)
GB/T 7327-2008 Silicon carbide surge arresters for a.c.systems
GB7674 72.5KV (GB 7674-2008 Gas-insulated metal-enclosed switchgear for rated voltages of 72.5kV and above,IEC 62271-203-2003 High-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Part 203: Gas-insulated metal-enclosed switchgear for rated voltages above 52 kV,MOD)
GB 11032-2010 metal-oxide surge arresters without gaps for a.c. systems (IEC 60099-4-2006 surge arresters - part 4: metal-oxide surge arresters without gaps for a.c. systems,MOD)
GB/Z 24842-2009 Overvoltage and insulation coordination of 1000kV UHV AC transmission project 1000KV
GB/Z 24845-2009 Specification of metal-oxide surge arresters without gaps for 1000kV ac system 1000KV
GB/T 26218.1-2010 selection and dimensioning of high-voltage insulators intended for use in polluted conditions - part 1: definitions, information and general principles 1:(IEC/TS 60815-1-2008 Selection and dimensioning of high-voltage insulators intended for use in polluted conditions - Part 1: Definitions, information and general principles,MOD)
GB/T 28182-2011 surge arresters containing series gapped structures with rated voltage 52 kv and less 52KV (IEC 60099-6-2002 Surge arresters - Part 6: Surge arresters containing both series and parallel gapped structures; Rated 52 kV and less,MOD)
DL/T 815-2002 metal oxide surge arresters for a.c. power transmission lines
JB/T 10497-2005 polymeric housed metal oxide surge arresters with series gap for a.c.electric power transmission line   
Catalog: Preface Ⅴ general 1 1, 1.2 1.1 range normative reference file 2 2 1 1.3 arrester application general lightning arrester development process, basic properties and application of 2, 2.1 arrester 2, 2.2 the development of design and different types of lightning arrester and the electrical and mechanical properties of 3 2.2.1 non-clearane metal oxide arrester series gap within three 2.2.2 metal oxide arrester 10 2.2.3 band gap line lightning arrester (EGLA) 11, 2.3 the application of surge arrester 14 2.3.1 hv substation lightning arrester 14 2.3.2 distribution system Lightning arrester 20 2.3.3 line lightning arrester (LSA) 22 3 insulation coordination and the selection of arrester 22 3.1 introduction 22 3.2 summary of insulation coordination of 23 3.2.1 insulation coordination program 3.2.2 overvoltage 23 3.2.3 insulation coordination of 27 3.2.4 insulation coordination study 30, 3.3 the selection of arrester 32 3.3.1 high voltage substation lightning arrester, the general steps of 32 3.3.2 rainfall distribution on 10-12 ultra-high voltage (UHV) arrester 38 3.3.3 distribution system the selection of arrester 40 3.3.4 line lightning arrester Choose and use the 41 3.3.5 choosing for cable protection lightning arrester 51 3.4 52 3.4.1 track of normal operation condition of normal and abnormal operating conditions of 52 3.4.2 abnormal operating conditions of 52 4 special purpose arrester 55 4.1 transformer neutral point with arrester 55 4.4.1 general 55 4.1.2 fully insulated transformer neutral point overvoltage protection 56 4.1.3 56 4.2 grade insulated transformer neutral point overvoltage protection and lightning arrester 56 58 more than 4.4 4.3 a rotary motor using lightning arrester lightning arrester parallel 58 4.4 58 4.4.2. 1 general installed in parallel with gap SIC arrester 59 protection with parallel capacitor group arrester 59 of 4.6 4.5 series compensation capacitor with 5 arrester lightning arrester 60 set of assets management of 60 an overview of 60 5.1 5.1 arrester 60 5.2.1 asset database 60 5.2.2 technical parameters of 60 key spare 61 5.2.4 5.2.3 requires transportation and storage 61 5.2.5 debugging 61 5.3 maintenance 61 5.3.1 arrester coat 62 5.3.2 lightning arrester Set of coating inspection of 62 5.3.3 from 62 5.3.4 line lightning arrester 62 5.5 62 5.4 performance and diagnostic tool life end 63 5.5.1 GIS arrester 63 5.6 processing and recycling of 63 appendix A (informative appendices) Set as the method of ground fault generated transient overvoltage 64 appendix B (informative appendices) study of insulation coordination and energy requirements of surge arrester was used to simulate technology 67 appendix C (informative appendices) diagnosis of metal oxide surge arrester in the operation of the 70 C. 1 overview of 70 C. 2 all current measurements of 72 C. 3 resistance of current measuring 73 c. 4 earth-sized factory information provided 77 appendix D (normative appendix) terms and definitions 78 appendix E (informative appendices) put an end to the life of a gap between SIC arrester and replace 86 e. introduction 86 e. 2 SIC arrester The design and operation of 86 e. 3 the cause of the problem and aging 86 e. 4 monitoring the possibility of lightning arrester state 87 e. 5 plan ahead to replace the advantages of 88 e. 6 change question 88 reference is shown in figure 1, 90 three column mechanical/electrical column (left) and single column (middle) and three mechanical design Column/an electric gas current path diagram clearance within seven figure 2 (right) of metal oxide surge arrester design 10 figure 3 EGLA 12 figure 4 EHV/UHV and HV with equalizing ring and the corona ring 15 figure 5 stent arrester lightning arrester and lightning arrester 15 of hanging steel structure in figure 6 Lightning impulse current example of electric pressure drop, 17 figure 7 no ground net.through lightning arrester installation (distribution system) 17 figure 8 ground net.through lightning arrester installation (high voltage substations) 18 figure 9 mechanical load defined 19 figure 10 distribution system with the disconnector and insulating stents arrester 20 figure 11 Three methods of grounding 21 figure 12 typical voltage and duration (roughly the equivalent of 500 kv voltage class condition) 23 figure 13 arrester volt-ampere characteristic figure 14 select 25 lightning arrester for insulation coordination of typical step 31 figure 15 choose arrester standard process 32 figure 16 Lightning arrester power frequency voltage tolerance time features 34 figure 17 lightning hitting on a phase in line lightning arrester 42 figure 18 lightning line lightning arrester in installation of overhead ground wire and tower on 42 figure 19 choose no clearance flow chart of line lightning arrester of 44 figure 20 select band gap flow chart of line lightning arrester 48 Figure 21 six connection 57 figure 22 star join 57 figure 23 four star join 57 figure a. 1 ground fault factor K's relationship with X0 / X1 (R1 / X1 = R1 = 0) 64 figure a. 2 K under different constant for ground fault factor, R0 / X1 and X0 / X1 Relationship between (R1 = 0) 65 figure a. 3 K under different constant for ground fault factor, R0 / X1 and the relationship between the X0 / X1 (R1 = 0.5 X1) 65 figure a. 4 K under different constant for ground fault factor, R0 / X1 and the relationship between the X0 / X1 (R1 = X1) 65 figure a. 5 K under different constant for ground fault factor, R0 / X1 and the relationship between the X0 / X1 (R1 = 2 X1) 66 figure b. 1 arrester voltage measuring ring equivalent circuit 67 figure b. 2 residual pressure with current increases with the decrease of the apparent wave before time   
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