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Design and testing of reactors for 735 kV

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Abstract

The design and testing of five large, single phase shunt reactors rated either 110 or 55 MVAR, supplied for the 735 kV system of the Quebec Hydro Electric Commission which came into operation in the autumn of 1965 are described. As these reactors are permanently connected to the transmission lines, their losses must be considered as being continuously present and must be determined exactly. In addition to the use of a new bridge method, the losses were also measured calorimetrically for the purpose of comparison, the agreement between the two tests being remarkably good. The impulse tests with full wave and chopped wave are subsequently described.
Authors:
Publication Date:
Nov 01, 1965
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
EDB-80-015924
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Brown Boveri Rev.; (Switzerland); Journal Volume: 52
Subject:
24 POWER TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION; EHV AC SYSTEMS; SHUNT REACTORS; DESIGN; TESTING; ELECTRIC BRIDGES; ENERGY LOSSES; MEASURING METHODS; POWER TRANSMISSION LINES; AC SYSTEMS; ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT; EQUIPMENT; LOSSES; POWER SYSTEMS; 200301* - Power Transmission & Distribution- AC Systems, EHV & UHV- (-1989)
OSTI ID:
5623112
Country of Origin:
Switzerland
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: BRBOA
Submitting Site:
TIC
Size:
Pages: 864-875
Announcement Date:
Feb 01, 1980

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Citation Formats

Erb, W, and Kraaij, D J. Design and testing of reactors for 735 kV. Switzerland: N. p., 1965. Web.
Erb, W, & Kraaij, D J. Design and testing of reactors for 735 kV. Switzerland.
Erb, W, and Kraaij, D J. 1965. "Design and testing of reactors for 735 kV." Switzerland.
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title = {Design and testing of reactors for 735 kV}
author = {Erb, W, and Kraaij, D J}
abstractNote = {The design and testing of five large, single phase shunt reactors rated either 110 or 55 MVAR, supplied for the 735 kV system of the Quebec Hydro Electric Commission which came into operation in the autumn of 1965 are described. As these reactors are permanently connected to the transmission lines, their losses must be considered as being continuously present and must be determined exactly. In addition to the use of a new bridge method, the losses were also measured calorimetrically for the purpose of comparison, the agreement between the two tests being remarkably good. The impulse tests with full wave and chopped wave are subsequently described.}
journal = {Brown Boveri Rev.; (Switzerland)}
volume = {52}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Switzerland}
year = {1965}
month = {Nov}
}