Natural and synthetic ester-immersed transformers are handled in this guide. The following is addressed in this guide: a) The theory of combustible gas generation in a natural and synthetic ester-filled transformer; b) Interpretation of the dissolved gas analysis results; c) Recommended actions based on the interpretation of dissolved gas analysis results; d) A bibliography of related literature
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InsFluid-WGC57.155 - Insulating Fluids - Guide for Interpretation of Gas Generation in Natural Ester and Synthetic Ester Dielectric Fluids
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Guide for the Interpretation of Gases Generated in Natural and Synthetic Ester Liquid Type Transformers
The guide's application is for natural and synthetic ester-immersed transformers. This guide addresses the following: u201cThe theory of combustible gas generation in a natural and synthetic ester-filled transformer. --Interpretation of the gas analysis. --Suggested operating procedures. --Various diagnostic techniques. --Case studies and examples. --Evaluation criteria and guidelines. --A bibliography of related literature
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