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2, 1949, p 779. [B20] Hagenguth, J. H. and Meador, J. , ÒImpulse Testing of Power Transformers,Ó AIEE Transactions, vol. 71, pt. 3, 1952, pp 697Ð704. [B21] Hagenguth, J. , ÒImpulse Testing of Transformers According to American Practice,Ó Elektrotechnische Zeitschrift, Ausgabe A, vol. 76, no 23, Dec 1, 1955, pp 828Ð831. [B22] Hagengurth, J. , ÒProgress in Impulse Testing of Transformers,Ó AIEE Transactions, vol. 63, pp 999-1005, 1944. [B23] Hawely, W. , Impulse-Voltage Test. London, England: Chapman and Hall Ltd, 1959.
Small disturbances may appear on current oscillograms, which are due to the voltage drops in the ground leads spitting to nonconnected metal. For instance, if a piece of metal was ßoating electrically near the ground lead it would be possible for the lead to ßash to the metal. The disturbance indicated on the scope would be a function of the capacitance-to-ground of the metal. 98-1993 Figure 46ÑPreferred grounding method Figure 47ÑGrounding with grounded generator disturbance since more energy would be required to charge up the capacitance.
If the gap were connected between A and B, full front-of-wave voltage would not be applied to the transformer. 98-1993 IEEE GUIDE FOR Figure 48ÑGrounding with line current method Another method employed is shown in Þgure 48. In this method the shunt can be located close to the ground mat or ßoor of the test area, and the exposed lead from the transformer to the shunt can be kept short thus minimizing electrostatic pickup. On the other hand, this method collects all the current ßowing out of the transformer and generally will result in a higher initial inrush current than the previously described methods.