With the year coming to an end, and the new year approaching, we are making plans for the year that is coming and we are embracing new challenges and ventures, but we want to give credit to the projects we had the privilege to work on.
With 2020 behind us, we would like you to share your thoughts with us on what you think was the best article published in Transformers Magazine in 2020.
Which article do you think had the potential to make a difference, which dealt with the most original or interesting subject, which was the most appealing to you in terms of research or findings? Was there an article that helped with a particular conundrum or solved an issue that you encountered in your work? Whatever your criteria may be, we would like to hear your opinion on which article was the best article published in Transformers Magazine in 2020 and why.
Click through our Archive browser to remind yourself of the articles published in Volume 7, and then vote for your favourite article!
The voting is open until 20 January 2021, when the winner will be announced.
10 voters will receive a one-year digital subscription and the author of the winning article will receive a one-year printed and digital subscription.
Please note that you can vote for your favourite article in every issue from last year, for a maximum of five votes per user.
Cast your vote
Remind yourself of the articles
Volume 7 Issue 1
Paul Jarman, column: Transformers and the energy system transition
Marius Grisaru, column: A century of dissolved gas analysis – Part III
Miguel Oliva et al.: Transformer innovation in a changing energy landscape – Part I
Georg Daemisch: Mapping transformer populations
Manojmohan Subramanian: Detection of winding inter-turn faults – Part I
Aiman Sakr: Corrosion protection of core steel in dry-type transformers
François Devaux: The transformation of transformers
Volume 7 Issue 2
Steve Aubertin, column: Transformer demand 2018 to 2028, and beyond
Paul Jarman, column: The importance of thermal design to transformer lifetime
Brian D. Sparling, column: Managing existing transformers in the grid transition
P. Ramachandran, column: Standards relevant to transformers – Part I
Greg Sheppard and Hassan Zaheer: Making strategic decisions?
Miguel Oliva et al.: Transformer innovation in a changing energy landscape – Part II
Georg Demisch and Charles Cole: Mapping as a risk and cost assessment methodology
Manojmohan Subramanian: Detection of winding inter-turn faults – Part II
Zang Ying et al.: Study on transient voltage distribution characteristics of transformer windings
Volume 7 Issue 3
Stefan Tenbohlen, column: Partial discharge monitoring of power transformers by UHF sensors
Marius Grisaru, column: Sulfur corrosion phenomena
P. Ramachandran: Standards relevant to transformers – Part II
Marek Szrot et al.: On-site modernisation of power transformers
Bhaba P. Das: Advanced analytics for transformer asset management
Manojmohan Subramanian: Detection of winding inter-turn faults – Part III
Ronald D. Hernández, Mark F. Lachman: Refining bushing power factor and capacitance analysis through statistics
Alejandro L. Rodríguez González et al.: Power transformer under short-circuit fault conditions: A multiphysics approach
Volume 7 Issue 4
Ufuk Kivrak, column: Creating value through supplier relations management and strategic partnerships
Marius Grisaru, column: Basic principles of DGA – Part I
P. Ramachandran, column: Standards relevant to transformers – Part III
Bhaba P. Das, Luiz Cheim: Transformer assessment using health index – Part I
Vitaly Gurin and P. Ramachandran: Books on power transformers in German – Part I
John Wanjiku, Mike Gruetzmacher: Using computer-aided engineering to enable the digitalisation of transformers
Marek Szrot et al.: Preliminary assessment of the technical condition
of the power transformer based on regular oil testing
Emilio Morales Cruz: Benefits of smart breathers
Barry Menzies: Transformer safety is paramount, but are we acting on it?
Special edition – Digitalization
Fan Zhang et al., column: Vibration-measurement-based condition monitoring
Puneet Singh et al.: The next generation of energy transmission
Tony McGrail and Tom Rhodes: Successful application of AI techniques: A hybrid approach
Sruti Chakraborty and Marius Grisaru: Digital condition monitoring for smart transformers
Mohamed Khalil: An intelligent system for condition assessment of power transformers
Tony McGrail: Think of a number…
Ismail Güner: The power of sharing knowledge