DGA - e-lesson #12 - Implementing DGA to distinguish between real faults and non-critical failures - 850 x 400

E-lesson: DGA course – e-lesson #12 – Implementing DGA to distinguish between real faults and non-critical failures

Course: | Free Master’s level
This is the 12th e-lesson in the course, conducted on Master's level. Here you can save your seat.

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The Big Question: When should one recommend taking a transformer out of service (based on DGA)? Inspired by a paper presented at ASTM Conference, Seattle ,1999.

Learn about:

  • transformer fault severity from DGA evaluation, real cases of avoiding fault alarms and disconnected transformers just before a critical failure,
  • levels of total combustion gases and trends versus fault severity,
  • advanced diagnostic approach emerging from particular individual, practical and theoretical practice – an old but gold diagnostic method,
  • real cases inspected after DGA evaluation by different methods.

KeywordsDGA diagnosis, real cases, expertise, health evaluation

The lesson’s content is fully vendor-agnostic, but it is sponsored by SPECO.

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Marius Grisaru 300 x 300

Electroanalytical chemist, expert on oil test domain focus on dissolved gas analysis from planning, sampling, testing to diagnosis. Marius has a vast worldwide experience on all relevant aspects and debates them among the fellow experts around the globe. Enthusiast educator of scientific subjects.

Marius Grisaru

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