Xiaoxing Zhang

Xiaoxing Zhang received his Master’s degree from Hubei University of Technology. In 2006, he received PhD from School of Electrical Engineering, Chongqing University. From 2003 to 2013, he worked at Chongqing University as Director of High Voltage laboratory and Associated Director of State Key Laboratory of Power Transmission Equipment & System Security and New Technology. In January 2014, he was transferred to work at the School of Electrical Engineering, Wuhan University. He has published 184 papers in domestic and international academic journals and conferences. His research interests include researching on-line monitoring and fault diagnosis for high voltage electrical equipment for a long time. He has introduced advanced nanotechnology to detect SF6 fault characteristic gases and successfully synthesized highly sensitive and selective nano-sensors.

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The insulating medium used in gas-insulated switchgear is SF6 gas, which has been widely used in substations. Energy generated by discharge will cause the composition of SF6 and generate characteristic component gases. Diagnosing the insulation defect through analyzing the decomposed gases of SF6 by chemical gas sensors is the optimal method due to its advantages. Carbon nanotubes, TiO2 nanotubes and graphene are chosen as the gas-sensing materials to build specific gas sensors for detecting each kind of SF6 decomposed gases and then enhance the gas sensitivity and selectivity by material modification. The properties and preparation methods are introduced in this book. The author studied the micro-adsorption mechanism and macro-gas sensing properties by theoretical calculation and sensing experiment.

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