A thermal analysis for a switchgear system

Gülşen Yaman

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Distribution of electrical energy is important. Particularly during the management of power transmission networks, many critical systems enter the circuit and perform important functions. One of the most important of these is the high-voltage switching process, known as switch-mode operation. One of the problems that switching mechanism meets when performing its function is heat accumulation. It is imperative to examine the thermal design and consider design considerations under limited volume and special conditions. In this closed volume, the temperature values produced by these elements were experimentally measured at certain points and then these values were compared with the 3D finite volume based CFD determined values. This comparison demonstrates that the design could be based on CFD analysis values in terms of temperature appearance. This is a valuable contribution for cost minimization and optimal system design approach.


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