Simulations and calculations as verification tools for design and performance assessment of high-voltage equipment

M. Kriegel, X. Zhu, R. Alexander, F. Chille, M. Glinkowski, A. Grund, F. Heil, H.K. Kim, P. Robin-Jouan, L. Sluis, van der, R.P.P. Smeets, T. Uchii

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Abstract

In the past few decades, the revolutionary breakthrough in the semiconductor industry has greatly increased the computational power of computers.Taking advantage of these hanges, engineering oriented software companies have developed a wide spectrum of software. Industries have responded to this new generation of software and have adopted some of it to improve design efficiency or as a development tool. Power industry, manufacturers, test laboratories and institutes have also created their own add-on components to commercial software In response to the increasing role of software in the power industry, Study Committee A3 decided to evaluate existing simulation technology to determine the extent to which it can be used as a verification tool to enhance the understanding of high voltage equipment, to extrapolate test results or to replace some of the tests.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)13-18
Number of pages6
JournalElectra
Issue number234
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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