The science of moisture in transformers (ep. 1/3)

Industrial Measurements
Power Generation and Transmission

Welcome to episode one of the definitive four-part webinar series on moisture in oil and transformers.

Welcome to episode one of the definitive, on demand four-part webinar series on moisture in oil and transformers.

In four episodes, you'll get a deep dive into both the science and practice of moisture in oil and measuring it, culminating in a two Expert Q&A sessions with your insights & questions answered by the experts.


In this first episode, we cover the science of moisture in transformer insulation systems

  • Effects and sources of moisture
  • Water solubility in oil
  • Moisture distribution 
  • Moisture equilibrium 
  • Moisture dynamics under transformer operation

We are looking forward to your questions following the webinar. 

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Senja Leivo

Meet the expert: Senja Leivo

Senja is the Senior Industry Expert at Vaisala, specializing in the condition monitoring of power transformers. With 25 years of international industrial experience, she plays a crucial role in integrating customer feedback into R&D. She’s been a key contributor to the development of Vaisala’s multi-gas DGA monitor.

An experienced speaker at industry conferences, Senja actively engages in international research collaborations, e.g. CIGRE and IEC working groups, and other initiatives focused on transformer condition assessment.

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