E3S Web Conf.
Volume 288, 2021International Symposium “Sustainable Energy and Power Engineering 2021” (SUSE-2021)
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|Published online||14 July 2021|
Determination of the antioxidant additive “Ionol” in transformer oil by gas chromatographic method
1 Kazan State Power Engineering University, Kazan, Russia
2 Viet – Hung Industrial University, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
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Transformer oil is widely used in power oil-filled electrical equipment, which is an insulating and diagnostic medium. During the operation of power transformers, its operational and dielectric properties deteriorate. To increase the operating time of transformer oil, it is inhibited by an antioxidant additive, which is most often used as ionol and the ionol concentration must be constantly monitored. This control is carried out by chromatographic methods. The main problem of controlling the antioxidant additive in transformer oil is its extraction with organic extractants, which are ethyl alcohol, which contains water, which has a negative effect on the extraction process. Thus, a search for more effective extractants for the extraction of ionol from transformer oil was undertaken. The retention characteristics of individual organic extractants and antioxidant additives were determined by the method of high-performance gas-liquid chromatography using a quartz capillary column and an automated system for dosing a sample into the chromatograph under various experimental conditions. Both the isothermal mode of the experiment and under linear programming conditions of the chromatographic column have been used. The dependence of the retention characteristics of organic extractants and ionol on the temperature of analysis was established, which has a linear form.
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