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Please Help! Transformer Oil Analysis - Help with a a Duval's Triangle

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We operate and maintain a few Oil filled transformers and lately have experienced some indications of Partial Discharge in the Oil analysis results.
Can someone help me with a Duval's Triangle - probably a template to transfer the values from test reports and carry out an analysis.

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Re: Transformer Oil Analysis - Help with a a Duval's Triangle

I deal quite a bit with inspection data, but had not heard of Duval's triangle. A quick search around the internet did show me what it is. Are you looking for a way to calculate your location in the triangle? Seems like it should be do-able in Excel.

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