High Voltage Engineering (Hochspannungstechnik)


Course content:
• Generation of high voltages AC-DC-IMP
• Measuring of high voltages AC-DC-IMP
• Introduction in diagnosis (PD and DPF measurement)
• Gaseous dielectrics
• Liquid dielectrics
• Solid dielectrics
• Calculation of electrical fields in homogenous dielectrics
• Calculation of electrical fields in inhomogeneous dielectrics

Learning objectives:
Subject-specific competencies:
• Students achieve knowledge of basic application of high voltage engineering in electrical power engineering
• Students acquire a deep understanding of generation and measurement technolo-gy of high AC and impulse voltages
• Students experience security demands in high voltage laboratories
• Students achieve knowledge of basics of insulating materials and calculation of electrical field strength under quasi stationary conditions Methodological compe-tencies:
• Students deepens the basics of electric field calculation.
Methodological competencies:
• Students analyze the interdependencies between grid performance and insulation design by combining theory of design and testing with tests in the laboratory as well as simulations.
Interdisciplinary competencies:
• Students deepen the ability to work in groups on tasks using scientific literature.

Literature and other sources of information:
G. Voigt: High Voltage Engineering, HTWG, 2018, 67 pages, 12 references
Selection of references:
Küchler, Andreas: High Voltage Engineering, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg Dor-drecht London New York, 2018
Kuffel E.; Zaengl W. S.; Kuffel J.: High voltage engineering : fundamentals, Newnes,
Oxford u.a., 2000/2003
Hauschild, W., Lemke, E.: High-Voltage Test and Measuring Techniques, Heidel-berg Dordrecht London New York, 2014
Kind D., Feser K.: High voltage test techniques, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford, 2001
In German:
Beyer, Boeck, Möller, Zaengl: Hochspannungstechnik, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg,
New York, London, Paris, Tokyo, 1986
Schon K.: Stoßspannungs- und Stoßstrommesstechnik, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg
Dordrecht London New York, 2010

Sprache Englisch
Dozent Gunter Voigt
Fakultät EI
Technisch / Wirtschaftlich Technisch
Studiengänge Automobil­informations­technik (AIT)
Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik (EIB)
Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen Elektro- und Informationstechnik (EIW)
Plätze -
Semester WS 2021/22