Published: Jan 1979
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The sensitivity and calibration of partial-discharge detection systems is an important aspect of the general subject of partial-discharge measurements of products or structures involving electrical insulating materials. The primary objective is to perform a measurement, using a detection system having a sensitivity adequate to the purposes of the test, in the presence of inevitable electrical noise. Of equal importance is the matter of calibration which requires that fairly-accurate information be obtained as to the magnitudes of the changes that take place in the insulation system when it is stressed at some particular voltage.
James G. Biddle Company, Plymouth Meeting, Pa.