Objective Interpretation of SFRA, in the Light of CIGRE TB 812

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V. Sreeram
T. Gurudev
M. Rajkumar
M. Maroti
S. Sudhakara Reddy

Abstract

The SFRA (Sweep Frequency Response Analysis) technique has become quite popular as a condition monitoring technique for transformers. The SFRA technique holds a vast repertoire of data in terms of the electromagnetic behaviour of the transformer. Much research has happened in comprehending this data but no effort has succeeded in determining a universal objective criterion for the interpretation of SFRA data. CIGRE study committee A2.53 has recently released Technical Brochure 812 which has been the result of nearly half a decade of international efforts in arriving at an objective criterion for the interpretation of SFRA. This paper discusses the state of the art in objective interpretation of SFRA data with special reference to TB 812. The paper also presents a case study in HPL where SFRA was compared to a conventional method.

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How to Cite
Sreeram, V., Gurudev, T., Rajkumar, M., Maroti, M., & Reddy, S. S. (2022). Objective Interpretation of SFRA, in the Light of CIGRE TB 812. Power Research, 31–36. https://doi.org/10.33686/pwj.v17i1.167357

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