EE7201 High Voltage EngineeringSyllabus Electrical Engineering(EE) 7th sem RGTU/RGPV Syllabus

RGTU/RGPV EE7201 High Voltage Engineering Syllabus
RGTU/RGPV High Voltage Engineering SYLLABUS
Electrical Engineering EE 7th (VII) Semester Syllabus

EE7201 High Voltage Engineering Course Contents:

Unit I  Breakdown in gases
Mechanisms of breakdown in gases, various related ionization processes. Townsends and streamer theories. Paschen’s law, Breakdown in Non-uniform fields. Effect of wave shape of impressed voltage on the breakdown strength. Breakdown of sphere gap arid rod gap.

Unit - II : Breakdown in liquid and solids
Mechanisms of breakdown in liquids, suspended particle, suspended water, cavitation and tubble and electronic breakdown theories. Mechanisms of breakdown in solids; intrinsic electro-mechanical, erosion, surface, thermal and streamer, Relation between electric strength of solids and time, intrinsic breakdown strength.

Unit - III: ; Impulse Generator
Specifications of an impulse voltage Wave, standard impulse, reasons for adopting the particular shape, Analysis and control of simple circuit of impulse generator. Multistage impulse generator (Marks circuit) circuit working, earthing arid tripping. Techniques to observe wave front on C.R.O.
Generation of High Voltage
Methods of generation of power frequency high voltage cascade transformers and resonance methods, Generation of high voltage d.c., voltage stabilization. Tesla coil.

Unit - Potential dividers-resistive
Potential dividers-resistive, capacitive and mixed dividers for high voltage. Sphere gap; construction, mounting, effect of nearby earthed objects, humidity and atmospheric conditions, effect of irradiation and polarity, Electrostatic voltmeter; principle and classification, constructional details of an absolute electrostatic voltmeter. Oscilloscopes and their applications in high voltage measurement.

Unit - I Breakdown in gases
Mechanisms of breakdown in gases, various related ionization processes. Townsends and streamer theories. Paschen’s law, Breakdown in Non-uniform fields. Effect of wave shape of impressed voltage on the breakdown strength. Breakdown of sphere gap arid rod gap.

Unit - II Breakdown in liquid and solids
Mechanisms of breakdown in liquids, suspended particle, suspended water, cavitation and tubble and electronic breakdown theories. Mechanisms of breakdown in solids; intrinsic electro-mechanical, erosion, surface, thermal and streamer, Relation between electric strength of solids and time, intrinsic breakdown strength.

Unit - III - Impulse Generator
Specifications of an impulse voltage Wave, standard impulse, reasons for adopting the particular shape, Analysis and control of simple circuit of impulse generator. Multistage impulse generator (Marks circuit) circuit working, earthing arid tripping. Techniques to observe wave front on C.R.O.
Generation of High Voltage
Methods of generation of power frequency high voltage cascade transformers and resonance methods, Generation of high voltage d.c., voltage stabilization. Tesla coil.

Unit - IV Measurement of High Voltage
Potential dividers-resistive, capacitive and mixed dividers for high voltage. Sphere gap; construction, mounting, effect of nearby earthed objects, humidity and atmospheric conditions, effect  of irradiation and polarity, Electrostatic voltmeter; principle and classification, constructional details of an absolute electrostatic voltmeter. Oscilloscopes and their applications in high voltage measurement.
Unit - V High Voltage Testing
Measurement of insulation resistance of cables. Wet and dry flashover test of insulators. Testing of insulators in simulated polluted conditions. Testing off transformers and rotating machines. Measurement of breakdown strength of oil. Basic techniques of non-destructive testing of insulators; measurement of loss angle, High Voltage Schering bridge, and partial discharge measurement techniques.
Over Voltage and Insulation Coordination
Lighting, Switching and temporary over voltages, BIL, SIL, methods of insulation coordination.

References:
  • L. V. Bewley, “Traveling Waves on Transmission Systems”, Wiley New York.
  • M. S. Naidu and V. Kamaraju,” High Voltage Engineering”, Tata McGraw Hill.
  • D.V. Razevig:” High Voltage Engineering”, translated by Dr.M.P. Chourasia, Khanna Publisher
  • Kuffel & Zingal, High Voltage Engg.
  • Kuffel & Abdullah, High Voltage Engg.
  • Measurement of insulation resistance of cables. Wet and dry flashover test of insulators.
  • Testing of insulators in simulated polluted conditions. Testing off transformers and rotating
  • machines. Measurement of breakdown strength of oil. Basic techniques of non-destructive
  • testing of insulators; measurement of loss angle, High Voltage Schering bridge, and partial
  • discharge measurement techniques.
  • Over Voltage and Insulation Coordination
  • Lighting, Switching and temporary over voltages, BIL, SIL, methods of insulation
  • coordination.
References:
  • L. V. Bewley, “Traveling Waves on Transmission Systems”, Wiley New York.
  • M. S. Naidu and V. Kamaraju,” High Voltage Engineering”, Tata McGraw Hill.
  • D.V. Razevig:” High Voltage Engineering”, translated by Dr.M.P. Chourasia, Khanna Publisher
  • Kuffel & Zingal, High Voltage Engg.
  • Kuffel & Abdullah, High Voltage Engg.

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