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Analysis of Salt Mixture Contamination on Insulators via Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
The composition of contamination deposited on transmission line insulators can affect their surface flashover voltage. Currently, there is no rapid on-line method to detect this contamination composition in power grids. In this paper, we applied laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) to analyze contamination on insulator surfaces. Usually, Na and Ca salts are found in contamination along with various sulfate, carbonate, and chloride compounds. As an element's detection method, LIBS candoi:10.3390/app10072617 fatcat:poqq3spoejfaxckdepbbomtfii