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Research on insulation design of 22.9-kV high-Tc Superconducting cable in Korea

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6 Author(s)
Young-Seok Kim ; Electr. Safety Res. Inst., Korea Electr. Safety Corp., Gapyeong-Gun, South Korea ; Dong-Soon Kwag ; Hae-Jong Kim ; Jeon-Wook Cho
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The electrical insulation design is important for high-Tc superconducting (HTS) cable because the cable is operated in a medium voltage environment. For the insulation design of HTS cable, it is necessary to investigate the ac, impulse breakdown, and partial discharge inception stress of a liquid nitrogen/polypropylene laminated paper composite insulation system. These results were used to design the electrical insulation of 22.9-kV-class HTS cable in Korea and cable was manufactured. A manufactured mini-model HTS cable was evaluated for ac withstand voltage, impulse withstand voltage, breakdown and dielectric tangent loss (tanδ). From these tests, the cable has satisfied the standard technical specification of KEPCO in Korea. The breakdown voltage was 110 kV.

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Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 2 )