Synergistic coefficient for c-C4F8/N2.
Synergetic effect is a special gas discharge phenomenon among insulating gas mixtures, which has important reference value for gas selection of future gas-insulated power equipment. The research progress and investigation methods of synergistic effect and insulation characteristics of different gas mixtures at home and abroad are reviewed in this chapter. The synergistic effect between different kinds of gas mixtures including SF6 gas mixtures and some new insulation gases such as c-C4F8, CF3I, and C4F7N is presented. Combined with the results of multiple studies, it can be seen that the synergistic effect of the gas mixture has a certain relationship with the electronic transport parameters and discharge patterns. Besides, the synergistic effect of the same gas mixture may change with the change of external conditions such as gas pressure, voltage type, and electrode distance.
- gas discharge
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With the continuous development of power industry, gas-insulated power equipment has been used more and more widely in electrical transmission system. Gas-insulated power equipment mainly includes gas-insulated transformer (GIT), gas-insulated transmission line (GIL), and gas-insulated switchgear (GIS). These gas-insulated equipment are noncombustible, nonexplosive, safe, and stable and have long maintenance period . At present, SF6 gas is the most widely used gas in power equipment, which has excellent insulation performance and arc extinguishing ability. As early as the 1940s, SF6 gas has been used as insulation gas in power equipment . Since the 1970s, researchers have studied the use of gas mixture including SF6 and some buffer gases such as N2, CO2, Ar, He, air, etc. to replace pure SF6 as the insulation medium [3, 4, 5]. With further study, researchers found that the insulation characteristics of gas mixtures containing SF6 gas did not increase linearly according to the mixing ratio of SF6, and the electrical strength of the mixture was higher than the weighted average of the electrical strength of the two gas components. In 1980, Wootton and Chantry first used synergism to describe this phenomenon . In the study of synergistic effect, scholars have found that there are also super synergistic effect and negative synergistic effect, which are shown in Figure 1.
Suppose that the composition of gas mixture is gas 1 and gas 2, the breakdown voltage of gas 1 is
At first, researchers studied the synergistic effect of SF6 gas mixture in order to solve the problems of high liquefaction temperature, sensitivity to electric field, and the high price of SF6 gas . However, with the deepening understanding of SF6, scholars have found that SF6 is a strong greenhouse gas. It is estimated that the global annual production of SF6 gas is more than 20,000 tons and 80% of SF6 gas produced globally each year is used in the power industry. Although SF6 has many advantages, its greenhouse effect on the earth cannot be ignored. The global warming potential (GWP) value of SF6 gas is 23,900; it means that the emission of 1 kg SF6 is equivalent to the emission of 23,900 kg of CO2. What is more serious is that SF6 has a very stable chemical property, which is difficult to decompose after it spreads to the outside environment, and can exist for up to 3200 years. The environmental impact and greenhouse effect generated by SF6 will continue to accumulate [8, 9, 10].
Affected by climate change, more and more international cooperation has been carried out to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, so as to curb global climate change and maintain the sustainable development of the environment. In the Kyoto protocol of the United Nations framework convention on climate change signed in Kyoto, Japan, in 1997, SF6 has been clearly regulated as one of the six greenhouse gases and requires developed countries to freeze and reduce the total greenhouse gas emissions . It means that the use of SF6 in the industrial field will be increasingly restricted and pressured. Therefore, it is an urgent task to study a new gas insulation scheme to replace SF6.
Although at present there have been many studies about alternative SF6 gas, no gas can thoroughly replace SF6 gas in the form of a single gas; they all have to be mixed with buffer gas for industrial application. The reasonable use of synergistic effect can effectively improve dielectric strength of gas mixtures and reduce the use of insulation gas, so in this paper, the research progress and methods of synergistic effect with gas mixtures are introduced; the prospect and the difficulties in the field were also discussed. This paper is expected to provide help and reference for future research on synergistic effect.
2. Synergistic effect in SF6 gas mixtures
In view of the synergistic effect and insulation strength of SF6 mixture, scholars studied and analyzed it through theoretical calculation and experimental research. Figure 2a is a simple and intuitive calculation method proposed by Wieland et al. for the insulation strength of SF6 gas mixture, and Figure 2b is the comparison of the calculation results with the actual values and weighted values .
Christophorou et al. thought that the preferred gas mixture should include effective electron-attaching gas and/or electron-slowing down gas . The attachment cross section of electron-attaching components should be as wide as possible, or the attachment cross section of different gases is in different energy interval, so the attachment cross section of gas mixtures is also wide. The effect of electron-slowing down gas is to slow down the free electrons, making them easier to attach and reducing secondary ionization. Based on this theory, they believed that when an electronegative gas and a gas with a large dipole moment are mixed, the synergistic effect and insulation strength of the gas mixture will be better. Figure 3 shows the experimental results of SF6 gas mixtures with CF4, CHF3, and 1,1,1-CH3CF3 gas, and the electric dipole moments of these three gases are 0, 1.65D, and 2.32D, respectively.
From the figure, it can be seen that the breakdown voltage curve of SF6-CF4 gas mixtures shows almost a linear trend, and the electric dipole moments of CF4 is 0. When it comes to SF6-CHF3 gas mixture, as the content of SF6 gas increases, the breakdown voltage of the gas mixtures does not increase in a straight line, and there is synergistic effect that occurs. The electric dipole moments of 1,1,1-CH3CF3 gas is 2.32D, which is the one with the largest electric dipole moment among the three gases; from Figure 3c it can be seen that the synergistic effect of this gas mixture is the most pronounced.
Okubo et al. investigated the partial discharge (PD) and breakdown characteristics of SF6-N2 gas mixtures in order to analyze the relationship between electronegativity, additive gases, and the insulation strength . They believed that the synergistic effect of gas mixture is related to the change of discharge form. Figure 4 shows the impulse PD of SF6-N2 gas mixture at different pressure. The needle-plate electrode was used in the experiment, and the content of SF6 was 10% and N2 was 90%.
It can be seen that with the change of gas pressure, the development of impulse PD has changed. When the gas pressure is 0.1 MPa, as shown in Figure 5a, the brushlike partial discharge occurred around the needle electrode, and it can be thought of as streamer discharge. When the pressure increases to 0.2 MPa, it can be seen from Figure 5b that the development of discharge process becomes longer; streamer discharge turns into leader discharge. As the pressure continues to increase, when the pressure is 0.3 MPa, the PD type of the gas mixture is still the leader discharge, and the path of discharge development becomes shorter with the increase of the pressure.
Yamada et al. studied the insulation properties of a kind of gas mixture containing ultra-dilute SF6 gas . It has been found that trace SF6 has a significant effect on the streamer discharge of the gas mixture. As the SF6 content increases, the number of the discharge channels decreased significantly, and the number of channels that can reach the plane electrode also reduced, as shown in Figure 4. Except for the effect on discharge characteristics, the results show that the breakdown voltage and the PD voltage of SF6/N2 gas mixture have a significant synergistic effect. Yamada T thought that the addition of trace SF6 inhibits the development of streamer discharge process, which leads to synergistic effect.
Osmokrovic et al. conducted an in-depth study on the synergistic effect of SF6/N2 under impulse voltage. The experimental results show that the synergistic effect of SF6/N2 gas mixture related to the rising rate of the impulse voltage. As the impulse voltage rise rate increases, the synergistic effect is gradually weakened. The synergistic effect of SF6 gas mixture is very weak and almost completely disappears under some impulse voltage with very high rise rate . The insulation characteristics of SF6 and SF6/N2 gas mixture under impulse voltage with different rise rate are shown in Figure 5. The rise rates of shock voltage in Figure 6a–c are 1, 50 and 800 kv/ms, respectively.
Based on the above phenomenon, Osmokrovic proposed that after adding N2 to the SF6 gas, electrons can make N2 vibration and rotation dynamics excited or dissociated, this process will make electrons lose energy, and the effective temperature decreases, to realize the modulation of electron energy spectrum and increase the probability that the electrons are captured. The rise rate of impulse voltage has influence on the modulation of the electron energy spectrum, which in turn affects the synergistic effect of SF6 gas mixture.
Hayakawa et al. studied the generation and development of PD characteristics of SF6/N2 gas mixture under positive lightning impulse . PD and breakdown characteristics with different SF6 content are shown in Figure 7. Hayakawa proved through the film of the streak camera and ICCD that the discharge process in SF6/N2 gas mixture did change with the increase of gas pressure. Streamer discharge and leader discharge are the two types of PD process in SF6/N2 gas mixture, which all have relationship with gas pressure and SF6 content. With the increase of gas pressure and the content of SF6 gas, the leader discharge process gradually takes the leading position, and the streamer discharge process of gradually weakens.
Chen studied the discharge characteristics of SF6/N2 gas mixture under DC voltage and lightning impulse in extremely uneven electric field. The experimental results show that there was a significant decrease of breakdown voltage with the increase of gas pressure under DC voltage and the abnormal discharge characteristics pressure range of SF6/N2 gas mixture is larger than SF6 gas. This phenomenon leads to the breakdown voltage of SF6/N2 gas mixture is higher than that of SF6 gas. So under this abnormal range, positive synergistic effect occurs. However, under lighting impulse voltage, no abnormal discharge phenomenon was found, but positive synergistic effect still existed, as shown in Figure 8 .
Tagashira et al. believe that synergistic effects can be divided into three categories:
Takuma et al. studied the synergistic effect of gas mixtures such as SF6/N2, CCl2F2/N2, etc. They assumed that the effective ionization coefficient of the gas mixture is equal to the sum of the coefficients of the two component gases multiplied by their respective partial pressure ratios, suggesting an empirical formula for breakdown voltage of SF6/N2 gas mixture under slight uneven electric field :
According to formula (1), the formula for calculating the synergy coefficient proposed by Takuma is
As can be seen from Eq. (2), when
If all the situations of synergistic effect, i.e., positive synergistic effect, synergistic effect, and negative synergistic, are considered at the same time, then the above formula is no longer applicable. Assuming a positive synergistic effect of the gas mixture, it can be seen from the calculation that the coefficient
Guo et al. introduced a normalization coefficient
The analysis results show that under the action of negative lightning impulse voltage, the negative synergistic effect increases with the increase of gas pressure. The synergistic effect under the positive impact voltage decreases with the decrease of gas pressure. With the increase of the electric field inhomogeneity coefficient, the synergistic effect has a negative synergistic effect. The analysis of the development process of the flow discharge shows that there are three reasons for the negative synergistic effect: similar flow corona starting voltage, different space charge effects, and different N2 and SF6/N2 mixed gas discharge forms. The difference of breakdown voltage between N2 and SF6/N2 gas mixture is shown in Figure 10.
3. Synergistic effect in SF6 alternative gas mixtures
c-C4F8 is colorless, odorless, nonflammable, and nonexplosive; the GWP of c-C4F8 is about 8700, and the molecular structure of c-C4F8 is shown in Figure 11. The insulation performance of pure c-C4F8 gas is better than SF6, and the gas mixture of c-C4F8 gas has similar insulation characteristics to SF6, which can meet the requirements of practical application. The liquefaction temperature of c-C4F8 is about −6°C, higher than that of SF6, which is −63.8°C . Therefore, c-C4F8 can only be mixed with the gas in a certain proportion to reduce the overall liquefaction temperature of the gas mixture for application.
While studying the synergistic effect of SF6 gas mixture, Christophorou et al. also conducted a comparative study on the synergistic effect of c-C4F8 gas mixtures. The insulation characteristics and synergistic effect of c-C4F8/CF4 and c-C4F8/CHF3 gas mixture are shown in Figure 12 .
It can be seen from the figure that the addition of a small amount of c-C4F8 can greatly improve the insulation strength of gas mixture. Mixing 20% c-C4F8 in CHF3 can double the breakdown voltage. The insulation strength of c-C4F8/1,1,1-CH3CF3 gas with the same mixing ratio is the same as that of pure SF6 gas. By comparison, it can be seen that the synergistic effect phenomenon will also occur when c-C4F8 gas and the gas with large dipole moment are mixed.
Xing et al. discussed the feasibility of replacing SF6 gas with c-C4F8/N2 mixture for gas insulation equipment from the perspective of PD performance. The initial PD voltage of c-C4F8/N2 gas mixture was measured under different pressure, different mixing ratio, and different electrode distance. The influence of these three factors on the PD performance of the gas mixture was obtained and compared with the initial PD voltage of pure SF6 gas. The results show that the initial PD voltage of pure c-C4F8 gas is 1.3 times that of pure SF6 gas . c-C4F8 and N2 have synergistic effect, and the synergistic coefficient calculated by Takuma’s equation under different electrode distance and gas pressure is shown in Table 1.
|Electrode distance/mm||Gas pressure/Mpa|
|5% c-C4F8||10% c-C4F8||15% c-C4F8||20% c-C4F8|
Yamamoto et al. examined the insulation characteristics of c-C4F8 gas mixtures such as c-C4F8/N2, c-C4F8/air, and c-C4F8/CO2 under different electric field . The experimental results show that c-C4F8/CO2 gas mixture has better synergistic effect than the other two mixtures, and improve gas pressure or gap distance can greatly enhance the synergistic effect of c-C4F8 gas mixture. The relationship of synergistic effect coefficient
CF3I gas is odorless, nonflammable, chemically stable, and material compatible. The molecular structure of CF3I is shown in Figure 14. CF3I is considered as one of the ideal alternatives to conventional Freon refrigerant. In terms of environmental characteristics, CF3I is an extremely environmental friendly gas, and its GWP value is about 1–5, much lower than SF6 gas. At the same time, the C-I chemical bond in the molecular structure of CF3I is easy to photolysis under solar radiation, resulting in the very short existence time of CF3I in the atmosphere, and the ozone destruction potential of the gas can also be ignored. The boiling point of CF3I at normal pressure is −22.5°C, which indicates that CF3I gas will transform from gaseous to liquid when the temperature is lower than −22.5°C . Therefore, CF3I gas must be mixed with buffer gas before it can be used in power equipment.
Urquijo et al. experimentally measured the electron transport parameters of CF3I and CF3I/N2 gas mixture. They analyzed and studied several parameters including electron drift velocity, diffusion coefficient, electron ionization coefficient, and attachment coefficient by means of pulsed Townsend method. Experimental results show that the critical electric field intensity (
In addition to CF3I/N2 mixture, there is also a synergistic effect of CF3I/CO2 mixture. Jiao et al. studied the gas mixture of CF3I/CO2 with low content of CF3I, and conducted breakdown test on CF3I/CO2 gas mixture with different mixing ratio, different gas pressure, and different discharge gap distance under extremely uneven electric field . The experimental results show that the mixing of trace CF3I can significantly increase the breakdown voltage, and the breakdown voltage tends to be stable when the content of CF3I gas is over 6%. Although there is still a gap of the breakdown voltage between CF3I/CO2 and SF6, the trace amount of CF3I has a good synergistic relationship with CO2 mixture. The relationship between breakdown voltage and CF3I content under different electrode distances is shown in Figure 16, and the synergistic coefficient of CF3I/CO2 gas mixture calculated by Takuma’s equation is shown in Table 2. The author believes that the negative synergetic effect coefficient is caused by the saturation of the breakdown voltage and does not continue to analyze the reason. In fact, this phenomenon may be related to the abnormal breakdown of the gas mixture containing CO2.
|Gap distance /mm||Pressure /MPa||Synergetic coefficient|
In addition to binary CF3I gas mixture, some scholars have studied ternary gas mixture containing CF3I gas. Xu et al. calculated the electron energy distribution function (EEDF) of CF3I ternary gas mixtures by solving the Boltzmann equation and propose a new equation to analyze synergistic effect. The results show that if buffer gases such as N2 or CO2 are concluded in the ternary mixture, the distribution of low-energy electrons in EEDF increases, leading to the synergistic effect, but there is no synergistic effect with CF4. The mixture of two strongly electronegative gases, CF3I/SF6, shows weak negative synergistic effect, while the addition of N2 or CO2 can reduce the negative synergistic effect . The EEDF of CF3I ternary gas mixtures is shown in Figure 17.
The computational formula of synergistic effect coefficient proposed by Xu is as follows:
C4F7N is an SF6 alternative gas jointly developed by Alstom of France and 3 M of the United States. The commodity name of this gas is Novec 4710, which is an organic compound containing four C atoms and seven F atoms. Its molecular structure is shown in Figure 19. The chemical characteristics of the gas are similar to those of fluoro organic gas, and the chemical characteristics are relatively stable, which can achieve good compatibility with other materials in electrical equipment. The relative molecular weight of C4F7N is 195.0, and it also has a high liquefaction temperature, which is −4.7°C . Therefore, it also needs to be mixed with buffer gas.
C4F7N gas mixture is a popular alternative to SF6. At present, most researches on SF6 alternative gases are concentrated on this gas. In order to obtain the optimal buffer gas type and mixing ratio in C4F7N gas mixture, Hu et al. studied the power frequency breakdown performance and synergistic characteristics of C4F7N/CO2 and C4F7N/N2 gas mixture with uniform electric field . The gas pressure is 0.1–0.7 MPa, and the C4F7N content ratio in gas mixture is 5–20%. The experimental and calculation results show that the C4F7N/CO2 and C4F7N/N2 gas mixture both have synergistic effects, and the synergistic effect of C4F7N/CO2 is stronger than C4F7N/N2. The interaction between C4F7N and CO2 bimolecular is stronger than that of C4F7N and N2, and the research indicates that there is a certain correlation between the synergistic effect of C4F7N gas mixture and the intermolecular interaction. This result presents the theoretical calculation and analysis direction for the qualitative judgment of the synergistic effect of C4F7N gas mixture. The synergistic coefficient h of C4F7N/CO2 and C4F7N/N2 calculated by Guo Can’s equation is shown in Table 3.
|Gas type||Pressure /MPa||Coefficient |
|5% C4F7N||7% C4F7N||9% C4F7N||13% C4F7N|
Zheng et al. also studied the synergistic effect and insulation performance of C4F7N/CO2 gas mixture and found that the synergistic coefficient was related to avalanche parameters of pure gas. They proposed a graphical method based on the Wieland approximation to calculate the critical electric field of gas mixture. Based on the formula, the C4F7N content takes 9% in gas mixture tends to be the optimal mixing ratio . Figure 20 shows the relationship of the critical electric field of gas mixture and C4F7N content.
With the development of the power system, gas-insulated equipment such as GIS will be more and more widely used. At present, SF6 gas is still the most used insulating gas in power systems. However, due to the greenhouse effect of SF6 gas and the consensus of countries on the development of low-carbon clean energy systems, it is imperative to use new environmental friendly insulating gas in power equipment. Looking for SF6 replacement gas will also be a continuing research hotspot in the field of electrical engineering. According to the current research status, the replacement of SF6 by single gas and its application in gas insulation equipment is still in the laboratory research stage. The use of an electronegative gas mixed with a buffer gas is a well-feasible solution. This paper reviews the research status of the synergistic effect of insulating gas mixtures including SF6 gas. It has been found that some achievements have been made in the process and mechanism of synergistic effect, the types of synergistic effects under different conditions, and their influencing factors:
SF6, c-C4F8, CF3I, and C4F7N gas all have synergistic effects when mixed with various buffer gases. SF6/N2 gas mixture will have negative synergistic effect under the lightning impulse. The synergistic effect of the gas mixture composed of c-C4F8, CF3I and C4F7N and CO2 is more significant than that after mixing with N2.
The synergistic effect of gas mixture is affected by the type of gas and external conditions such as gas pressure, electric field type, voltage type, etc. The synergistic effect of the same gas mixture may change with the change of external conditions, such as from synergistic effect to negative synergistic or from negative synergistic to synergistic effect.
The synergistic effect of the gas mixture has a certain relationship with the electronic transport parameters. However, since the assumptions of the parameter calculation differ greatly from the external conditions of the experimental measurements, the interpretation of the synergistic effect is not universal.
The synergistic effect of gas mixture has a relationship with the discharge pattern. When synergistic effect occurs, the initial discharge voltage of the streamer discharge rises. When negative synergistic phenomenon occurs, the streamer discharge gradually changes to leader discharge, and the discharge starting voltage decreases.
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