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Welcome from the Conference Chair

I welcome all to the 2017 IEEE Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomenon held at the Hilton Ft. Worth hotel in Ft. Worth, Texas. Just to give you some history on the conference, it was a unit of the Division of Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences—National Research Council before 1981 and now it is fully supported by the Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation Society (DEIS) of IEEE. It was established in 1920 and continues the original schedule of having an annual meeting of researchers in the field of dielectric materials and electrical insulation challenges to present papers and exchange information on their latest research activities. The conference rotates between cities in North America and occasionally in Mexico, with the exception of one Asian conference held in Shenzhen China. It should not be forgotten that CEIDP’s main topics include materials related contributions, while other IEEE conferences involve other aspects of the electrical equipment design and electro-technical challenges.

 

The conference will open with the Whitehead Lecture by Prof. Steven A. Boggs, who has been an active researcher in the field of electrical insulation. He spent 12 years with the Research Division of Ontario Hydro and 6 years as Director of Engineering and Research for Underground Systems, Inc. After 20 years at the University of Connecticut, Steve recently retired from his position as Director of the Electrical Insulation Research Center and Research Professor of Materials Science, Physics, and Electrical Engineering, although he is still working on a number of projects at the University. Until recently, he was also an Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Toronto and Advisory Professor at Southwest Jiaotong University in China. He has published widely in the areas of partial discharge detection, high frequency phenomena in power apparatus, high field phenomena in solid dielectrics, nonlinear materials, capacitor technology, and

SF6 insulated systems. He was elected a Fellow of the IEEE for his contributions to the field of SF6 insulated systems and received the 2010 IEEE Thomas W. Dakin “Distinguished Technical Contributions” award. The Whitehead Lecture is named after the late pioneer in a series of experimental investigations dealing with dielectric theory and the dielectric properties as related to high voltage insulation.

 

The CEIDP executive committee was instrumental in preparing the conference and I am very grateful to each one of them for their work. Technical content of the conference is the most challenging task, and Prof. George Chen is the Technical Chair who ran the abstract collection and review and determined the contributions for full paper submissions with his technical committee members. The outline of the Technical Program was also planned by him. The finances of the conference are managed by Prof. Nicola Bowler and she is also the Vice Chair of the conference. The Publicity Chair, Dr. Howard Penrose, needs to be mentioned for his timely responses and updating the conference information on the web. Dr. Virginie Griseri, the Nomination Chair, handles the Whitehead Lecture nominations, as well as the future of the executive committee, which needs new members nominated for the board each year. The Conference Secretary, Prof. Ruy Altafim, is thanked for his support in the communications. I would like to thank the Local Chair, Ms. Resi Zarb for her support, the excellent venue and preparing us for the event. There are many others involved in conference organization and also deserve special thanks.

 

We all wish you a great conference and hope you enlarge your network in the Dielectrics Community.

 

Enis Tuncer, PhD Conference Chair CEIDP 2017

Conference Overview

The 2017 Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena (CEIDP) is sponsored by the IEEE Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation Society to provide an international forum for the discussion of current research on electrical insulation, dielectric phenomena and related topics. The conference provides an opportunity for specialists from around the world to meet and to discuss insulation, surface flashover, polarization phenomena, measurement techniques, partial discharge measurements, nanodielectrics, flow electrification, charge storage and transport, electrohydrodynamics, high-field effects, charge and field mapping, treeing, prebreakdown and breakdown in solids, liquids, gases, and vacuum.

 

 

Sunday, October 22nd – CEIDP Executive Board Meeting, Texas C&D, 2:00 – 5:00 Sunday, October 22nd – Nanodielectrics Meeting, Continental, 9:00 – 12:30 Sunday, October 22nd – Smart Materials Meeting, Citizen B&C, 8:00 – 12:00 Sunday, October 22nd – Outdoor Insulation Meeting, Citizen B&C, 2:00 – 3:00 Sunday, October 22nd – HVDC Cable Systems Meeting, Citizen B&C, 5:00 – 6:00

Tuesday, October 24th – TECHNICAL TOUR to Texas Instruments –- bus will depart at 13:00 – assembly point: front lobby Tuesday, October 24th – CULTURAL TOUR to Fort Worth Museums –- bus will depart at 13:00 – assembly point: front lobby Tuesday, October 24th – DEIS AdCom Meeting, Citizen B&C, 12:00 – 6:00 (lunch at 12:00)

 

Executive Committee

 

Enis Tuncer, Conference Chair

Texas Instruments, USA

 

George Chen, Technical Program Committee Chair

Southampton University, UK

 

Howard Penrose, Publication, Publicity, Website Chair

Motordoc, USA

 

Virginie Griseri, Nominating Committee Chair

University of Toulouse, FRANCE

Nicola Bowler, Vice Chair / Treasurer

Iowa State University, USA

 

Resi Zarb, 2017 Local Arrangements Chair

Qualitrol-Iris Power, CANADA

 

Ruy Alberto Pisani Altafim, Conference Secretary

Sao Paolo University, BRAZIL

 

Davide Fabiani, DEIS Meetings Committee Chair

University of Bologna, ITALY

Elected Board Members

 

Term Expiring 2017

Éric David

Ruy A. P. Altafim (*) Reimund Gerhard (*) Thomas Andritsch Virginie Griseri George Chen Stanislaw Gubanski

 

ETS, CANADA

Sao Paolo University, BRAZIL University of Potsdam, GERMANY University of Southampton, UK University of Toulouse, FRANCE University of Southampton, UK Chalmers University, SWEDEN

Term Expiring 2018 Simon Rowland Issouf Fofana

Greg Stone Gilbert Teyssèdre Kai Wu

Sombel Diaham Frank Hegeler

 

University of Manchester, UK

University of Quebec at Chicoutimi, CANADA Qualitrol-Iris Power, CANADA

University of Paul Sabatier, FRANCE Xi’an Jiaotong University, CHINA University of Toulouse, FRANCE Naval Research Lab, USA

Term Expiring 2019 Axel Mellinger Brian G. Stewart (*) Giovanni Mazzanti Masahiro Kozako Shesha Jayaram Yang Cao

Yuriy Serdyuk

 

University Central Michigan, USA University of Strathclyde, SCOTLAND University of Bologna, ITALY

Kyushu Institute of Technology, JAPAN University of Waterloo, CANADA University of Connecticut, USA

Chalmers University of Technology, SWEDEN

(*) Board members currently serving the 2nd consecutive 3-years term

 

Living Past Chairs

 

Voting Members Michel Fréchette Mahmoud Abou-Dakka Vijendra Agarwal

Soli S. Bamji Reuben Hackam Huseyin R. Hiziroglu

Vishnu K. Lakdawala

J. Keith Nelson Clive W. Reed Isidor Sauers

Rajeswari Sundararajan

A. van Roggen

 

CANADA

NRC, CANADA USA

CANADA

University of Windsor, CANADA Kettering University, USA

Old Dominion University, USA Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA USA

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA Purdue University, USA

CANADA

Non-voting Members

Daniel Berg Lynn L. Hatfield Marshall Pace Edward Sacher

P. Keith Watson Roy E. Wooton

G. Edward Johnson Martin G. Broadhurst Louis J. Frisco

 

USA USA USA CANADA USA USA USA USA USA

 

Technical Program Committee

 

George Chen (Committee Chair) University of Southampton, UK
Thomas Andritsch University of Southampton, UK
Abderrahmane Beroual Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
Nicola Bowler Iowa State University, USA
Yang Cao University of Connecticut, USA
Jerome Castellon University of Montpelier, France
Andrea Cavallini University of Bologna, Italy
Eric David ETS, Canada
Davide Fabiani University of Bologna, Italy
Issouf Fofana UQAC, Canada
John Fothergill City University, UK
Rodolfo Garcia Colon IIE Mexico
Virginie Griseri University of Toulouse, France
Frank Hegeler Naval Research Lab, USA
Huseyin Hiziroglu Kettering University, USA
Sverre HvidstenUni SINTEF, Norway
Shesha Jayaram University of Waterloo, Canada
Hulya Kirkici University of South Alabama, USA
Andrej Krivda ABB, Switzerland
Akiko Kumada Technical University of Tokyo, Japan
Jian Li Chongqing University, China
Qiang Liu University of Manchester, UK
Giovanni Mazzanti University of Bologna, Italy
Peter Moshuis Solid Dielectric Solutions, Netherland
Hitoshi Okubo Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan
Isaias Ramirez IIE Mexico
Simon Rowland University of Manchester, UK
Yuriy Serdyuk Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Raji Sundarajan Purdue University, USA
Toshikatsu Tanaka Waseda University, Japan
Chao Tang Southwest University, China
Gilbert Teyssedre University of Paul Sabatier, France
Kazuyuki Tohyama Numazu National College of Technology, Japan
Enis Tuncer Texas Instrument, USA
Liming Wang Tsinghua University, China
Kai Wu Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
Weijun Yin GE GRC, USA
Karim Younsi GE, US
Kai Zhou G&W Electric, USA
Reviewers  

All the members of TPC plus

Nikola Chalashkanov University of Leicester, UK
Ed Cherney University of Waterloo, Canada
Alfredo Contin University of Trieste, Italy
Villgot Englund Borealis Group, Sweden
Leo Fifield PNNL, USA
Michel Fréchette IREQ, Canada
Mingli Fu China Southern Power Grid, China
Kaori Fukunaga NICT, Japan
Jinhui Gao Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
Francesco Guastavino University of Genoa, Italy
Jian Hao Chongquing University, china
Miao Hao University of Southampton, UK
Stephane Hole ESPCI, France
Hiroya Homma CRIEPI, Japan
Bo Huang University of Southampton, UK

 

Roman Kochetov ABB, Switzerland
Masahiro Kozako Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
Clive Reed Consultant, USA
Yoshimichi Ohki Waseda University, Japan
Toshihiro Takahashi CRIEPI, Japan
Yashuiro Tanaka Tokyo City university, Japan
Mikael Unge ABB, Switzerland
Peng Wang Sichuan University, China
Jiandong Wu Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
Zhiqiang Xu University of Southampton, UK
Junwei Zha Tsinghua University, China

 

 

Session Chairs and Co-Chairs

 

Thomas Andritsch University of Southampton, UK
Abderrahmane Beroual Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
Yang Cao University of Connecticut, USA
Andrea Cavallini University of Bologna, Italy
Eric David ETS, Canada
Jinghi Gao Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
Frank Hegeler Naval Research Lab, USA
Huseyin Hiziroglu Kettering University, USA
Shesha Jayaram University of Waterloo, Canada
Hulya Kirkici University of South Alabama, USA
Akiko Kumada The University of Tokyo, Japan
Paul Lewin University of Southampton, UK
Giovanni Mazzanti University of Bologna, Italy
Hitoshi Okubo Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan
Simon Rowland University of Manchester, UK
Chao Tang Southwest University, China
Kai Wu Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
Weijun Yin GE GRC, USA

 

The Whitehead Lecture

The Whitehead Memorial Lecture is named in honor of Dr. John Boswell Whitehead, a pioneer in electrical insulation and dielectrics and a long- time contributor to the CEIDP. The Conference opens each year with the Lecture and it is the keynote session of the Conference. The 2017 Whitehead Memorial Lecture will be given by Dr. Steven A. Boggs.

Steven Boggs (F ’93) was graduated with a B.A. in physics from Reed College and received his Ph.D. (physics) and MBA degrees from the University of Toronto in 1972 and 1987, respectively. He spent 12 years with the Research Division of Ontario Hydro and 6 years as Director of Engineering and Research for Underground Systems, Inc. After 20 years at the University of Connecticut, Steve recently retired from his position as Director of the Electrical Insulation Research Center and Research Professor of Materials Science, Physics, and Electrical Engineering, although he is still working on a number of projects at the University. Until recently, he was also an Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Toronto and Advisory Professor at Southwest Jiaotong University in China. He has published widely in the areas of partial discharge detection, high frequency phenomena in power apparatus, high field phenomena in solid dielectrics, nonlinear materials, capacitor technology, and SF6 insulated systems. He was elected a Fellow of the IEEE for his contributions to the field of SF6 insulated systems and received the 2010 IEEE Thomas W. Dakin “Distinguished Technical Contributions” award. Presently, Steve spends most of his time doing computational and theoretical research, electronic instrumentation design, and experimental design for a range of companies in the US and Asia through his company, Nonlinear Systems, Inc.

Registration

All Conference attendees must register for the Conference.

 

Pre-registration is encouraged but not required. A registration desk will be available at the Conference.

 

 

ALL FEES IN US $

Early Registration Fee

Before October 1, 2017

 

Registration Fee

 

On-site

Included with Registration
DEIS Member $525 $575 $600 One copy of Conference Proceedings; Technical Sessions; Reception; Banquet
IEEE Member $550 $600 $625
Non-Member $650 $700 $725
IEEE Life Member $375 $425 $450
IEEE Student Member $375 $425 $450
Non-Member Student $425 $475 $500
 

Companion Registration

 

$150

 

$150

 

$150

Companion registrations include access to all social events but will not have technical program access, will not receive a copy of the conference proceedings, and cannot be an author or presenter

of an accepted abstract in the technical program.

 

Optional Items

Technical Tour – Texas Instruments– $60 Cultural Tour of Museum District – $60 Additional Pages – $100

Additional Banquet Ticket – $70 Proceedings on USB – $50

Cancellation Policy

All refund/cancellation requests must be provided in writing and received by October 2nd, 2017. There will be an administrative fee of $100 deducted from each refund.

Hotel

All sessions and activities of the 2017 CEIDP will be held at the Hilton Fort Worth Hotel, 815 Main Street, Ft. Worth, Texas, USA.

 

See the conference or hotel website for information on the lodging rates. Be sure to mention that you are attending the 2017 IEEE/CEIDP when making your reservation to receive the conference room rate. Preferred rate cut-off date is OCTOBER 1st.

http://ceidp.org

 

http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/texas/hilton-fort-worth-FTWFWHF/index.html

 

For local arrangements and further information, please contact Ms. Resi Zarb, resi.zarb@qualitrolcorp.com.

Travel to the Hotel from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport

Hilton Fort Worth Hotel, 815 Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas, is conveniently located in the downtown area and is accessible via taxi or transit from the city’s major international airport.

By Taxi or Shuttle

 

DFW Airport is approximately 20 miles and 30 minutes from the Hotel. Taxis are available at approximately $60 and a Super Shuttle will cost approximately $20.

Driving from DFW Airport

 

Take South exit of airport Take Hwy 183 West

Take Downtown Fort Worth / Hwy 121 South exit Exit Belknap Street

Take a left on Calhoun Street

Take a right on 8th Street (that is our front drive)

Technical Tour – Texas Instruments

CEIDP 2017 is pleased to offer interested registrants a tour of the Texas Instruments Incorporated RFAB in Richardson TX, which is a state-of- the-art wafer fabrication facility. The fee is $60.

Cultural Tour – Museums of Forth Worth

CEIDP 2017 is pleased to offer interested registrants a tour of the Museums in Fort Worth, TX. The fee is $60.

IEEE/DEIS Technical Meetings

DEIS committee chairs or other individuals interested in arranging auxiliary meetings for working groups, technical committees or other related organizations should contact the Technical Program Committee Chair or the Local Arrangements Chair.

2017 Annual Report

One copy of the 2017 Annual Report in USB format will be provided with the registration. While supplies last, additional copies may be obtained at the Conference at a cost of US$50 each. Following the Conference, the Annual Report will be available from:

 

IEEE Service Center

Single Publication Sales Department 445 Hoes Lane

Piscataway, NJ 08854, USA Tel: 800-675-4333

 

1-4 High Field Saturation of Nonlinear Field Grading

Materials Used in AC Applications

Göran Eriksson, ABB Corporate Research, Sweden

1-5 Computer Simulations of Discharges along Insulator Surfaces

Y. V. Serdyuk, S. M. Gubanski, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

1-6 Ion Drift Simulations of the DC Electric Field in Air around a High Voltage Bushing

Henrik Löfås, N. Lavesson ABB Corporate Research Sweden

1-7 Typical defects simulation and their partial discharge test for the joint of 10kV cable

Xinming Song, Yunfeng Xia, Dongguan Power Supply Bureau of Guangdong Power Grid Corporation, China; Can Chen, Zhidong Jia, Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University, China

12:20 –

14:00

Lunch (on your own)
14:00-

16:00

Session 2 (Oral): Advanced Materials, Charge Storage and Transport

Chair: Paul Lewin, University of Southampton, UK Co-Chair: Yang Cao, University of Connecticut, USA

2-1 Towards building a structure-properties prediction tool for nanodielectrics

Aditya S. Prasad, Linda Schadler, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA; He Zhao, Xiaolin Li, Wei Chen, L. C. Brinson, Northwestern University, USA

2-2 Anisotropy on Electrical Insulation Performance of 3D Printed Nylon 12

Hua Li, Zijian Li, Jiandong Rao, Yi Liu, Li Li,Yuan Pan, Chunze Yan, Fuchang Lin, State Key Laboratory of Advanced Electromagnetic Engineering and Technology, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

2-3 Electric Field Relaxation Effect of Functionally Graded Materials (FGM) with Conductive Multilayer Coating Ryota Oishi , Hiroki Kojima, Naoki Hayakawa, Nagoya University, Japan; Katsumi Kato, Niihama College, Japan
2-4 Space charge accumulation behavior in fluorinated Polymer Films Irradiated by Proton under DC stress Shugo Yoshida, Hiroaki Miyake, Takuma Mori, Ushio Chiba, Yasuhiro Tanaka, Tokyo City University, Japan
2-5 Study of Epoxy Resins Composites Doped with Nonlinear Fillers and its Electrical Properties

Xilin Wang, Juyi Guo, Jun WangYouwei Yao, Zhidong

Jia, Tsinghua University, China

2-6 Current-transient Simulation of Polyethylene by First Principles

M. Sato, A. Kumada, K. Hidaka, T. Hirano, F. Sato, The University of Tokyo, Japan

16:00-

16:30

Break

 

Sunday, October 22, 2017

16:00 –

21:00             R

 

egistration

 

09:00 – 12:3

 

0                Nanodielectrics Technical Meeting Continental, 3rd Floor

08:00 – 12:0

 

 

14:00 – 15:0

 

 

17:00 – 18:0

0                Smart Materials Technical Meeting Citizen B&C, 3rd Floor

 

0                Outdoor Insulation Technical Meeting Citizen B&C

 

0                HVDC Cable Systems Technical Meeting Citizen B&C

14:00 – 18:0 0                Executive Board Meeting Texas C&D, 3rd Floor
18:00 – 19:3 0                Welcome Reception

East Promenade, 2nd Floor

 

ALL ORAL SESSIONS IN CRYSTAL BALLROOM – 2nd Floor ALL POSTER SESSIONS IN EAST PROMENADE – 2nd Floor

Monday, October 23, 2017

07:00-

08:00

Continental Breakfast

East Promenade

08:00-

08:15

Welcome – Enis Tuncer, Conference Chair
08:15-

09:30

Whitehead Lecture

Research in the age of numerical simulation

Steven A Boggs, Nonlinear Systems, Inc. USA

09:30-

10:00

Break
10:00-

12:20

Session 1 (Oral): Numerical Analysis and Simulation

Dielectric Research

Chair: Frank Hegeler, Naval Research Lab, USA

Co-Chair: Hitoshi Okubo, Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan

1-1 Modeling the Electric Field in Polymeric Insulation Including Nonlinear Effects due to Temperature and Space Charge Distributions

C. Jörgens, M. Clemens, University of Wuppertal, Germany

1-2 A PIC-MCC Numerical Approach for Studying the Effect of Pulse Steepness on Vacuum Flashover

Jiale Mao, Yonghong Cheng, Lei Bai, State Key Laboratory of Electrical Insulation and Power Equipment, Jiaotong University, China; Shuang Wang , Jingshen Wu, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China

1-3 Mathematical Modeling of Dielectrophoresis Single-Cell Capture in a Microfluidic Device

A. Buke Hiziroglu, University of Michigan, USA

 

4B-22 Partial Discharge Behavior Under Half-Wave and Double- Wave DC Power Supply

M. A. Andrade, Candela, L. De Rai, I. Troia, Prysmian Group S.p.A., Italy; F. Burgio, A. Imburgia, E. Riva Sanseverino, P. Romano, F. Viola, University of Palermo, Italy

4B-23 Partial Discharge Characteristics of Needle-Plane Defect in Oil-Paper Insulation under Actual Stress in Converter Transformers

Li Xining, Cui Yanjie, Ji Shengchang, Zhu Lingyu, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China; Sun Jiantao, China Electric Power Research Institute, China

4B-24 Detection of Series DC Arc Fault using Rogowski Coil Shiying Chen, Lingyu Zhu, Shengchang Ji, Xiaojun Liu, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
4B-25 Surface Tracking along the Interphase Barrier of a Large Transformer

W.Thansiphraserth, P. L. Lewin, The Tony Davies High Voltage Laboratory, University of Southampton, UK

4B-26 Transmission Path of Acoustic Emission (AE) Signal Generated by GIS Partial Discharge

Wei Wang, Fangyi Li, Lin Wang, Da Jiang, Wenyan Dong, North China Electric Power University, China; Shiqiang Wang, Haiyan Hu, SINOPEC Research Institute of Safety

Engineering, China

5-6 An Enhanced Operational Definition of Dielectric

Breakdown for DC Voltage Step-up Tests

Allen Andersen, JR Dennison, Utah State University, USA

10:00-

10:30

Break
10:30-

12:30

Session 6 (Poster)

Chair: Thomas Andritsch, University of Southampton, UK Co-chair: Chao Tang, Southwest University, China

Session 6A Innovative Dielectric Materials
6A-1 Doped dielectric polymers with Low Dielectric Constant

Nanofillers

Tian Zhang, Yash Thakur, Q. M. Zhang, The Pennsylvania State University, USA

6A-2 Particle Porosity and Relative Permittivity of Epoxy/ Hollow Silica Nanocomposites

T.Yoshida, M.Kurimoto, Y.Manabe, T.Funabashi, T.Kato, Nagoya University, Japan; Y.Suzuoki, Aich Institute of Technology, Japan

6A-3 Modeling of Interfaces using Electron Force Microscopy

Asha Sharma, Sumit Basu, Nandini Gupta, Indian

Institute of Technology, India

6A-4 In-situ Observation of Electric Field Assisted Alignment

of Titanium Dioxide Nanowires in Epoxy Resin

Siyu Chen, Qian Xie, Zhengdong Wang, Mengmeng Yang, Jingya Liu, Jiale Mao, Yonghong Cheng, Xi’an Jiaotong University , China

6A-5 Nonlinear Conductive Behaviors of Multilayer Graphene Nanosheets/Epoxy Composite below the Percolation Threshold

He Li, Zihao Guo, Ziyu Zhou, Lilan Liu, Huidong Tian, Chuang Wang, Zongren Peng, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

6A-6 Dielectric Properties of POSS/LDPE and MgO/LDPE Nanocomposites Compounded by Different Techniques

J. Castellon, H. Yahyaoui, O. Guille, Université de Montpellier, France; E. David, M. Guo, École de Technologie Supérieure (ETS), Canada; M. Fréchette, Institut de recherche d’Hydro-Québec, Canada

6A-7 A superior nanolaminate dielectric barrier coating for high breakdown strength

Boya Zhang, Zongze Li, Jingjing Liu, Thomas Moran, Bryan Huey, Luyi Sun, Yang Cao, University of Connecticut, USA; Boya Zhang, Tsinghua University, China; Ming Ren, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

6A-8 Dielectric Measurements on Polypropylene Nanocomposites Filled with Natural and Synthetic Nanoclay

Y. Hadjadj, R. A. Ghunem, National Research Council Canada, Canada

6A-9 On Water Absorption and its Impact on the Dielectric Spectra of Epoxy Network with Different Stoichiometries

F. N. Alhabill, T. Andritsch, A. S. Vaughan, Tony Davies High Voltage Laboratory, University of Southampton, UK

6A-10 Behavior of Polyethylene-based nanocomposites containing multi-layer graphene filler

G.F. Rosi, D.Fabiani, University of Bologna, Italy; M. Fréchette, Institut de recherché d’Hydro, Canada; E.

David, Ecole de Technologie Superieure (ETS), Canada

 

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

 

07:00-

08:00

Continental Breakfast

East Promenade

08:00 –

10:00

Session 5 (Oral) Outdoor Insulation, Partial discharges and Measurement Techniques

Chair: Simon Rowland, University of Manchester, UK

Co-chair: Hulya Kirkici, University of South Alabama, USA

5-1 Research on Partial Discharge Characteristics of Typical Insulation Defects in XLPE Cable Systems under DC Voltage

Fengyuan Yang, Gehao Sheng, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China; Yaowei Xuan, Xinlong Zheng, State Grid Zhoushan Power Supply Company, China

5-2 Application of Deep Convolutional Neural Network in Partial Discharge Pattern Recognition Under Big Data Background

Hui Song, Jiejie Dai, Gehao Sheng, Xiuchen Jiang Department of Electrical Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Shanghai, China

5-3 A testing procedure for RTV pre-coated glass cap and-pin and composite insulators sampled from field

Massimo Marzinotto, TERNA Engin.Department, Italy; Giovanni Mazzanti, University of Bologna, Italy; Edward

A. Cherney, Consultant, Canada; Giovanni Pirovano, RSE, Italy

5-4 Three dimensional imaging of electrical trees in multiple stages

S. Chen, Z. Lv, S. M. Rowland, J. Carr, P. J. Withers, The

University of Manchester, UK

5-5 Terahertz Absorption Spectra of Polyphenylene Sulfide

Sheets with Different Degrees of Crystallinity

Chisato Azeyanagi, Yoshimichi Ohki, Waseda University,

Japan

 

6B-13 The Effect of Slime Pulp on Electrical Properties of Insulation Pressboards

Lilan Liu, Huidong Tian, Fuping Zhao, Ran Shi, Zongren Peng, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

6B-14 The role of air pressure in the variation of compound electric field due to negative corona discharge in a rod to plane electrode

Junyu Zhu, Xingming Bian, Tiebing Lu, Xuebao Li, North China Electric Power University, China; Chanyuan Wang, Third Institution of China Aerospace Science & Industry, China; Xuemei Dong, Tsinghua University Shenzhen, China

6B-15 Tangential AC Breakdown Strength of Solid-Solid Interfaces Considering Surface Roughness

Emre Kantar, Erling Ildstad, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

6B-16 HVDC Partial Discharge Mechanisms and Flashover Characteristics with Charging Activities on Solid Insulators in Air

K. Takabayashi, R. Nakane, H. Okubo, Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan

6B-17 Numerical Simulation of Charging and Discharging of Particles in Contaminated Transformer Oil

Shekhar Mahmud*, Igor O. Golosnoy, George Chen, University of Southampton, UK; Gordon Wilson, Paul Jarman, National Grid, UK; *Military Technological College, Sultanate of Oman

6B-18 Modelling and Calculation of Negative DC Corona Plasma in Coaxial Cylindrical Electrode

Zhengying Chen, Liming Wang, Yong Yi, Tsinghua University Shenzhen, China

Session 6C Bio-dielectrics
6C-1 Synergy of Micro and Nanosecond Electrical Pulses with Chemotherapeutics on Human Cancer Cell Viability Lakshya Mittal, Vishak Raman, Ignacio G. Camarillo, Allen L. Garner, Andrew J. Fairbanks, Gregory A. Dunn, Raji Sundararajan, Purdue University, USA
No Sessions in the afternoon
13:00-

17:00

Technical Tour & Cultural Tour

Buses Depart at 13:00 from the Front Lobby

13:00-

18:00

DEIS ADCOM Meeting

Citizens B&C, 3rd floor (lunch at 12:00)

18:00-

21:00

Reception & Banquet Crystal Ballroom D

 

 

7-1 Electric Field Distribution with Dynamic Charge Activity

in Composite Insulation Systems under HVDC and DC- Polarity Reversal Conditions

H. Okubo, R. Nakane, K. Takabayashi, Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan; K. Kato, Niihama College, Japan

7-2 Space Charge Dynamics and Electric Field Distortion in the Laminated insulation for HVDC Cable

Zhiqiang Xu, Miao Hao, Bo Huang, George Chen, Matt Praeger, Paul Lewin, University of Southampton, UK

7-3 HVDC Flashover Performance of Fibreglass Reinforced (FRP) Hot Sticks Considering Space Charges

J. Laninga, M. Amer, B. Kordi, University of Manitoba, Canada; D. R. Swatek, W. McDermid, Manitoba Hydro, Canada

7-4 Measurement of Space Charge Distribution in Alumina- filled Epoxy Resin for Application in HVDC GIS

P.S. Mbolo Noah, S. Agnel, P. Notingher, J.C. Laurentie,

O.  Guille, University of Montpellier, France; L. Zavattoni,

P.  Vinson, A. Girodet, SuperGrid Institute, France

7-5 Characterization of Space Charge and DC field distribution in XLPE and EPR during Voltage Polarity Reversal with Thermal Gradient

Mattewos Tefferi, Zongze Li, Yang Cao, University of Connecticut, USA; Hiroaki Uehara2 , Kanto Gakuin University, Japan; Qin Chen, GE Global Research Center, USA

7-6 Electrical Insulation Performance of HVDC-GIS Spacer Under Various Testing Conditions

R. Nakane, K. Takabayashi, H. Okubo, Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan; K. Kato, Niihama College, Japan

10:00-

10:30

Break
10:30-

12:30

Session 8 (Poster)

Chair: Shesha Jayaram, University of Waterloo, Canada Co-chair: Weijin Yin, GE GRC, USA

Session 8A Outdoor Insulation
8A-1 Comparative Analysis of the Influence of Climate Factors

on Flashover of Contaminated Insulators

Chuyan Zhang, Junyi Hu, Meijiang Gui, China University of Geosciences, China

8A-2 Effects of Surface States of Insulators on RTV Coating before Application

Zhi Li, Zhidong Jia, Tsinghua University, China; Cuiru Yang, Guangdong Electric Power Research Institute, China; Huijie Liu, Xiaoli Wang, Junfeng Lu, Wei Gao, Liaoning Hualong Electric Power Technology Incorporated Company, China

8A-3 Test on Adhesion of Modified RTV for Hot and Humid Environment

Zhi Li, Zhidong Jia, Tsinghua University, China; Cuiru Yang, Guangdong Electric Power Research Institute, China; Huijie Liu, Xiaoli Wang, Junfeng Lu, Wei Gao, Liaoning Hualong Electric Power Technology

Incorporated Company, China

 

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

07:00-

08:00

Continental Breakfast

East Promenade

08:00-

10:00

Session 7 (Oral) Dielectric Materials for HVDC and GIS

Chair: Eric David, ETS, Canada

Co-chair: Kai Wu, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

 

9-6 Electro-Thermal Model for Calculating the Space Charge

around Defects in a 2-D Thin Film Sample

A. A. Mulla, S. J. Dodd, N. Chalashkanov, L. A. Dissado, University of Leicester, UK

16:00-

16:15

Closing

Enis Tuncer, 2017 IEEE CEIDP Chair

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEE YOU NEXT YEAR CEIDP 2018

 

LOCATION TO BE ANNOUNCED

Chair: Dr. Nicola Bowler Iowa State University, USA nbowler@iastate.edu

 

IEEE CEIDP 2017 PROGRAM

REGISTRATION – Sunday – 16:00 – 21:00; Monday & Tuesday – 07:00 – 13:00

 

ALL ORAL SESSIONS IN CRYSTAL BALLROOM; ALL POSTER SESSIONS IN EAST PROMENADE

 

 

 

 

7:00

Sunday, Oct 22 Monday, Oct 23 Tuesday, Oct 24 Wednesday, Oct 25
Continental Breakfast – East Promenade
 

 

8:00

 

 

Smart Materials TC to 12:00; Citizen B&C

 

 

Conference Welcome and Whitehead Lecture

 

Session 5 (Oral): Outdoor Insulation, Partial Discharges and Measurement Techniques

 

 

Session 7 (Oral): Dielectric Materials for HVDC and GIS

 

 

9:00

 

Nanodielectrics TC to 12:30; Continental

9:30 Break
 

10:00

Session 1 (Oral): Numerical Analysis and Simulation Dielectric Research  

Break

 

Break

10:30 Session 6 – Poster Session 8 – Poster
11:00
NO AFTERNOON SESSIONS
12:00 DEIS AdCom Meeting to 18:00; Citizens B&C
12:30 Lunch on your own Lunch on your own
13:00 Technical Tour & Cultural Tour
 

14:00

Outdoor Insulation TC to 15:00; Citizen B&C Session 2 (Oral): Advanced Materials, Charge Storage and Transport Session 9 (Oral): Pre- breakdown and Breakdown Phenomena and Ageing
 

 

 

15:00

Executive Board Meeting to 18:00; Texas C&D
16:00 Break Conference Closing
16:30 Session 3 – Poster
 

17:00

HVDC Cable Systems TC to 18:00; Citizen

B&C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dinner Break on your own

 

Welcome Reception to 19:30; East Promenade

 

18:00

Reception & Banquet; Crystal Ballroom
18:30
19:00
19:30 Session 4 – Poster