University of Khartoum

REHABILITATION OF HIGH VOLTAGE LAB

REHABILITATION OF HIGH VOLTAGE LAB

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Title: REHABILITATION OF HIGH VOLTAGE LAB
Author: Ahmad, Hitham
Abstract: Generally high voltage labs are very important for both educational and commercial applications. They can be used for illustration of the concepts of high voltage generation and measurement and they are also used for testing insulators used in transformer , lines and other high voltage components. University of Khartoum has a well equipped HV lab that consists of a HV transformer and an impulse generator and is considered one of the biggest labs in Africa. The main problem of this lab is that it has been neglected and misused for many years which lead to malfunction of much of the equipment, loss of many components and loss of many connections and wirings. The major problem is lack of documentation which was a big obstacle against operation and rehabilitation. So the work has to be started from scratch. The scope of the project is to prepare documentation for the lab and to restore the lab to its useable condition and render it user-convenient. The scope of the project has been accomplished. Elements and components available in the university have been used for rehabilitation. Both HV transformer and impulse generator functioned properly. Documentation of all equipment in the lab were prepared. They explain the equipment functions, purpose and the connections between them. This documentation can be used for understanding, maintenance and development of the lab.
Description: this project is Rehabilitation of both transformer and impulse generator and make them in proper form to be use and to implement an kind of test  To give fine and detailed description and documentation of each equipment in both generators the can be use for understand the devices, maintenance them and also develop them.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/48
Date: 2014-04-23


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