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Statistical analysis of the AC breakdown voltages of ester based transformer oils
D Martin, ZD Wang
IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation 15 (4), 1044-1050, 2008
1322008
An overview of the suitability of vegetable oil dielectrics for use in large power transformers
D Martin, I Khan, J Dai, ZD Wang
Euro TechCon, 4-23, 2006
1072006
A field study of aging in paper-oil insulation systems
N Lelekakis, W Guo, D Martin, J Wijaya, D Susa
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 28 (1), 12-19, 2012
1022012
Ageing rate of paper insulation used in power transformers Part 1: Oil/paper system with low oxygen concentration
N Lelekakis, D Martin, J Wijaya
IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical insulation 19 (6), 1999-2008, 2012
972012
Ageing rate of paper insulation used in power transformers Part 2: Oil/paper system with medium and high oxygen concentration
N Lelekakis, D Martin, J Wijaya
IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation 19 (6), 2009-2018, 2012
932012
Further studies of a vegetable-oil-filled power transformer
D Martin, N Lelekakis, W Guo, Y Odarenko
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 27 (5), 6-13, 2011
922011
An updated model to determine the life remaining of transformer insulation
D Martin, Y Cui, C Ekanayake, H Ma, T Saha
IEEE Transactions on power delivery 30 (1), 395-402, 2014
862014
The effect of acid accumulation in power-transformer oil on the aging rate of paper insulation
N Lelekakis, J Wijaya, D Martin, D Susa
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 30 (3), 19-26, 2014
832014
Smart transformer for smart grid—intelligent framework and techniques for power transformer asset management
H Ma, TK Saha, C Ekanayake, D Martin
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 6 (2), 1026-1034, 2015
732015
Comparison of dissolved gas-in-oil analysis methods using a dissolved gas-in-oil standard
N Lelekakis, D Martin, W Guo, J Wijaya
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 27 (5), 29-35, 2011
612011
Measuring Paper Water Content of Transformers: A New Approach Using Cellulose Isotherms in Nonequilibrium Conditions
D Martin, C Perkasa, N Lelekakis
Transactions on Power Delivery 28 (3), 1433-1439, 2013
582013
A comparative study of the dielectric strength of ester impregnated cellulose for use in large power transformers
D Martin, ZD Wang, P Dyer, AW Darwin, IR James
2007 IEEE International Conference on Solid Dielectrics, 294-297, 2007
552007
Moisture-dependent thermal modelling of power transformer
Y Cui, H Ma, T Saha, C Ekanayake, D Martin
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 31 (5), 2140-2150, 2016
482016
A review of the techniques used by utilities to measure the water content of transformer insulation paper
D Martin, T Saha
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 33 (3), 8-16, 2017
452017
Survey of Australian power transformer failures and retirements
D Martin, J Marks, T Saha
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 33 (5), 16-22, 2017
382017
A Comparison of the Formation of Bubbles and Water Droplets in Vegetable and Mineral Oil Impregnated Transformer Paper
C Perkasa, N Lelekakis, T Czaszejko, J Wijaya, D Martin
IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation 21 (5), 2111-2118, 2014
382014
Determining water in transformer paper insulation: Analyzing aging transformers
D Martin, T Saha, R Dee, G Buckley, S Chinnarajan, G Caldwell, JB Zhou, ...
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 31 (5), 23-32, 2015
352015
Preliminary results for dissolved gas levels in a vegetable oil-filled power transformer
D Martin, N Lelekakis, V Davydov, Y Odarenko
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 26 (5), 41-48, 2010
352010
A Field Study of Two Online Dry-Out Methods for Power Transformers
N Lelekakis, D Martin, W Guo, J Wijaya, M Lee
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 28 (3), 32, 2012
342012
A comparative study of the chemical stability of esters for use in large power transformers
D Martin, ZD Wang, AW Darwin, I James
2006 IEEE Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena, 493-496, 2006
342006
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