HIGHVOLT Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH

Kabel-Monitoring: Erste Felderfahrungen an DC Kabeln

Datum: 16.11.2021

Zeit: 15:00 Uhr

HIGHVOLT Web Talk-Sprache ist Englisch.

 

In einigen der letzten Sendungen haben wir viel über die Prüfung von Kabeln gesprochen. Neben der Werksprüfung haben wir auch die praktischen Aspekte der Prüfung von Kabeln vor Ort gezeigt. Nun möchten wir uns auf die extra langen HGÜ-Kabel konzentrieren, eine Technologie, bei der Deutschland mit 525 kV HGÜ-Kabelsystemen führend ist. Da die Anzahl der notwendigen Kabelgarnituren im Vergleich zu Unterseekabeln sehr viel höher ist, ist auch die Wahrscheinlichkeit von Ausfällen durch Mängel bei der Installation höher. Um die Verfügbarkeit des Kabelsystems zu erhöhen, sind Monitoringslösungen der Schlüssel. Daher werden wir die Anforderungen an das Kabel-Monitoring diskutieren. Mit HiMON bietet HIGHVOLT eine neue und fortschrittliche Monitoringlösung an. Neben dem Verständnis der physikalischen Effekte im Kabelsystem, ist das Verständnis der erforderlichen Signalverarbeitung und -erkennung von besonderer Bedeutung. Der Schlüssel zum Erfolg von Überwachungssystemen ist die Verfügbarkeit und die Integration des optimalen Sensors. Das Design und die Herstellung geeigneter HFCT-Sensoren (Hochfrequenz-Stromwandler) werden diskutiert.

 

Anita Saupe
Asset Management Linear Assets - Monitoring
50Hertz Transmission GmbH

Statement

Cable monitoring enables the balance between efficient use of the power supply network and asset protection.

Prof. Peter Birkholz
Chair Speech Recognition & Cognitive Systems
Technische Universität Dresden

Statement

Intelligent signal processing can provide important impulses for the next-generation monitoring of high-voltage power cables.

Vita

Peter Birkholz received his Ph.D. degree (with distinction) in signal processing from the Institute for Computer Science at the University of Rostock, Germany, in 2005. After postdoctoral researcher positions at the University of Rostock from 2005-2007 and at the RWTH Aachen from 2009-2014, he became professor at the TU Dresden, Germany, in 2014. His main topics of research include articulatory speech synthesis, silent speech interfaces, and measurement techniques for speech research. Since 2018, he is cooperating with HighVolt Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH to apply modern methods of signal processing to the monitoring of high-voltage power cables. Prof. Birkholz is a member of the IEEE and the IEEE Signal Processing Society.

Dr. Christian Henze
CTO
Ritz Instrument Transformers GmbH

Statement

The energy turnaround is currently one of the biggest challenges in Germany. Ritz has the technical expertise to make an important contribution in the field of measurement, control and monitoring of the electrical energy systems.

Vita

Christian Henze studied electrical power engineering at the “Technische Universität Dresden” and was graduated in 2006 as Dipl.-Ing. Subsequently, he was a research fellow at the “Institute of Electrical Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering”. After receiving his doctorate from the TU Dresden in 2010 he has been working for the Ritz Group in various positions with a focus on product and process development. Since 2015 he has been responsible for the manufacturing processes of all Ritz Factories. In addition, he has been managing the Ritz plant in Dresden since 2019.

Dan Keller
Sales Manager Utility Business
HIGHVOLT Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH

Statement

Innovative monitoring solutions for DC cables are a contribution to the reliable energy transmission of the future as they support the operators to maximize the availability of their assets.

Vita

Dan Keller was born in 1988 and received a degree in electrical engineering from BA Bautzen and a degree in industrial engineering from FH Zwickau. He held various positions in engineering and sales. Since 2021, he is responsible for sales and business development of monitoring solutions as Sales Manager Utility Business at HIGHVOLT.

Moderation: Florian Schwarz





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