Understanding the World of DGA Monitoring

Mundo do DGA
Industrial Manufacturing and Processes
Power Generation and Transmission

Webinar Info

Several factors should be considered when analyzing data for power transformer DGA monitoring. Join Vaisala Senior Industry Expert, Senja Leivo to gain in-depth knowledge regarding:

  • Deciphering uncertainties in oil sampling, gas extraction, gas in oil solubility, calibration, and ASTM vs. IEC Standards
  • What accuracy means with respect to uncertainties
  • How to read technical specifications of online DGA monitors
  • What to consider when selecting online monitors for a utility

Gaining an understanding of these topics will provide you and your team the skills needed to make accurate data driven decisions while prolonging the life cycle of your utilities.

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Senja Leivo

Senja Leivo is the Senior Industry Expert at Vaisala in Finland. Her professional focus is on condition monitoring of power transformers. At Vaisala with her 21 years of experience she is responsible for identifying the strategic trends and new monitoring needs within the industry, as well as bringing customers’ voice close to the Vaisala’s product development. As part of her expert role she is contributing member in CIGRE working groups (D1/A2.47 and D1.52) and is a member of two IEC standardization maintenance teams.
Senja holds a Master of Science degree in Materials Engineering. Read her white paper by clicking below. 

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