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This seminar was held within the frame of the Jicable's Workshops

Program of the seminar
Monday, November 18th 2013


14:00 – 15:00 - (1st floor, hall)

Technical visit

14:00 – 18:00 - (on site)

V1 - Visit of the installation site INELFE "France-Spain"


15:00 - 18:30 - (1st floor, rooms 11C and 12)

T1: Performance of the materials used in the development of HVDC cables

by Petru Notingher, IES Montpellier, France and Gilbert TEYSSEDRE, Laplace Toulouse, France

T2: Qualification procedure of HVDC cables

by Marc JEROENSE, ABB AB, Sweden

♦ Coffee break from 16:30 to 17:00

Welcome dinner cocktail

19:00 – 21:00 - (7th floor)

Program of the seminar
Tuesday, November 19 th 2013


7:30 – 8:30 - (1 st floor, hall)

Opening ceremony and official welcome addresses

8:30 – 9:00 - (1 st floor, auditorium J.C Rolland)

Session 1: HVDC cable's development

9:00 – 10:30 - (1 st floor, auditorium J.C Rolland)

Chairman: Jean Becker, SART Consult, Belgium

Rapporteur: Gérard Touchard, Université de Poitiers, France

1.1 Technical challenges linked to HVDC cable's development

Marc Jeroense, ABB R&D, Sweden

1.2 DC extruded cable design and its main characteristics

Laurent BENARD, Prysmian Câbles et Systèmes, France, Mohamed MAMMERI, Silec Cable, France
Pierre MIREBEAU, Nexans, France

1.3 Experience in service of HVDC cables, prospects of extruded polymer insulations

Thomas KVARTS, Energinet.dk, Denmark

♦ Coffee break from 10:30 to 11:00

Session 2 : Materials, space-charges, interfaces

11:00 – 12:30 - (1 st floor, auditorium J.C Rolland)

Chairman: Josef Kindersberger, University of Munich, Germany

Rapporteur: Alain Toureille, University of Montpellier, France

2.1 Material for HVDC cable

Thomas Hjertberg, Borealis, Sweden

2.2 Space Charge Measurements in Cable Insulating Materials: from Research Laboratory to Industrial Application

Serge Agnel, Montpellier, France

2.3 Phenomena associated to interfaces

Peter Morshuis, University of Delft, the Netherlands

♦ Lunch break from 12:30 to 14:00

Session 3: Aging and reliability

14:00 – 16:00 - (1 st floor, auditorium J.C Rolland)

Chairman: Aleksandra Rakowska, TU Poznan
University of Technology, Poland

Rapporteur: Gilbert Teyssedre, University of Toulouse, Laplace, France

3.1 Aging

Soraya Ammi, RTE R&D, France

3.2 Long term stability

Stanislaw GUBANSKY, University of Technology,
Chalmers, Sweden

3.3 Aging model

Davide Fabiani, University of Bologna, Italy

3.4 Reliability

Massimo MARZINOTTO, TERNA Rete Italia SpA and Giovanni Mazzanti, University of Bologna, Italy

♦ Coffee break from 16:00 to 16:30

Session 4: Modeling

16:30 – 17:30 - (1 st floor, auditorium J.C Rolland)

Chairman: Peter Morshuis, University of Delft, the Netherlands

Rapporteur: Arnaud Allais, Nexans, France

4.1 Simulation of transport of electric charges in PE

Séverine Leroy, University of Toulouse, France

4.2 Simulation of electrical phenomena in PE

Alain TOUREILLE, University of Montpellier 2, France

Presentation of the "Young researchers" poster Session by its Chairman

17:30 – 17:45 - (1 st floor, auditorium J.C Rolland)

"Young researchers" poster session

17:45 – 19:15 - (1 st floor, Hall)

Chairman: Stanislaw Gubanski, University of Technology, Chalmers, Sweden

Rapporteur: Jérôme Castellon, University of Montpellier, France

P01 Conduction mechanisms and dielectric properties of epoxy resins under DC stress

Hanen YAHYAOUI, IES / UM2, France

P02 Behavior of the DC cable joints interface subjected to high electric field and temperature

Adelina CERNAT, Alexandra CONSTANTIN, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Romania

P03 Electrical properties in microvaristor composite

Dimitri CHARRIER, Xavier FESTAZ, Christelle MAZEL, Arnaud ALLAIS, Nexans NRC Lyon, France
Guillaume ESCAMEZ, Student at ENSE3, France
Christian FROHNE, Nexans Hanover, Germany

P04 Simulation on Dynamic Space Charge Behavior in Low Density Polyethylene under Temperature Gradient

Hui-na CHE, Harbin University of Science and Technology, China

P05 Space charge measurements and characteristics of HVDC XLPE cable

Hiroki MORI, Hiroshi NIINOBE, Yukihiro YAGI, VISCAS Corporation, Japan

P06 Analysis of multiple electrical trees incepted at wire electrode test object by means of PD detection

Anette B. JOHANSSON, Thomas J. Å. HAMMARSTRÖM, E. Markus JARVID, Stanislaw M. GUBANSKI, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

P07 Influence of ZnO varistor fillers on the nonlinear dielectric and conductivity properties of silicone rubber polymer composites

Lei GAO, Jingcheng XIE, Jun HU, Jinliang HE, Tsinghua University, China

P08 Influence of degassing on electrical properties of HVDC insulating material

Lazhar KEBBABI, Arnaud ALLAIS, Nexans, France

Christian FROHNE, Nexans Hanover, Germany

P09 Interface tailoring for charge injection control in electrically insulating polyethylene by a nano Ag/SiCOH barrier

LaurentMILLIERE, KremenaMAKASHEVA, GilbertTEYSSEDRE, BernardDESPAX, LaurentBOUDOU, ChristianLAURENT, LAPLACE - University of Toulouse and CNRS, France

P10 Investigation of charge trapping parameters in aged XLPE cables

Ning LIU, George CHEN, University of Southampton, UK
Yang XU, Xian Jiaotong University, China

P11 Determination of the transient temperature behavior of submarine power cables and other power transmission components using FEM analysis

Sebastian STURM, Johannes PAULUS, University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Germany
Karl-Ludwig ABKEN, NSW, Norddeutsche Seekabelwerke GmbH, Germany

P12 Investigation of the effect of temperature gradient on field distribution in polymeric MV-HVDC model cable by simulation and space charge measurement

T.T.N. VU, Gilbert TEYSSEDRE, Bernard VISSOUVANADIN, Séverine LE ROY, Christian LAURENT, Laplace, France
Mohamed MAMMERI, Isabelle DENIZET, Silec Cable, France

P13 Investigation on the behavior of dielectric materials in HVDC GIS

Laetitia ZAVATTONI, Siemens/CNRS, France
Olivier LESAINT, Olivier GALLOT-LAVALLEE, CNRS/University of Grenoble Alpes, France

P14 Thermo-mechanical pressure analysis for HVDC Cables

Ziyi HUANG, James A. PILGRIM, University of Southampton, UK

P15 Development of a HVDC prototype cable system

Dominik HÄRING, Gero SCHRÖDER, Südkabel GmbH, Germany

P16 Completion of 400kV Pre-qualification Test for DC-XLPE Cable System

Tomoshiko Katayama, Yoshinao Murata, Takanori Yamazaki, Tuyoshi Igi, Seiji Kashiyama, Masaru Watanabe; J-Power Systems, Japan

Jicable dinner and Young Researchers' award ceremony

20:00 - (Château Nadal Hainaut)

The Jicable-HVDC'13 dinner will be held at Château Nadal-Hainaut (10 kilometers from Perpignan)
Please do not forget the invitation you received with your seminar bag. It will be requested.
A coach service will be provided (coaches will be parked beside the Congress Center on Boulevard Thomas Wilson and will depart at 20:00)

Program of the seminar
Wednesday, November 20 th 2013

Session 5: Testing and prospect of modeling of tests

9:00 – 10:30 - (1 st floor, auditorium J.C Rolland)

Chairman: Dirk Rittinghaus, Energycableconsult, Germany

Rapporteur: Nathalie Boudinet, RTE, France

5.1 Cable research testing

Ludovic Boyer, Nexans, France

5.2 Qualification testing

Pierre HONDAA, RTE, france

5.3 Development testing

Stefano Franchi BONANI, Prysmian Group, Italy,
Mohamed MAMMERI, Silec Cable, France,
Pierre MIREBEAU, Nexans, France

♦ Coffee break from 10:30 to 11:00

Session 6: Qualification and development

11:00 – 12:00 - (1 st floor, auditorium J.C Rolland)

Chairman: Pierre Argaut, CIGRE B1

Rapporteur: Kevin Tardy, RTE, France

6.1 Qualification procedures of European TSO

Ramon Granadino, REE, Spain

6.2 Presentation of the INELFE France/Spain's project

Yves Decoeur, INELFE, France / Spain

Closing Session

12:00 – 12:30 - (1 st floor, auditorium J.C Rolland)

Future prospects of HVDC power insulated cables in Europe, conclusion.

Round table chaired by Paul Penserini, RTE, France, with the participation of (tbc): Energinet.dk, Medgrid, REE, Statnett SF, SvK and TERNA

♦ Lunch break from 12:30 to 14:00

Technical visits

14:00 – 18:00 - (On sites)

V1 - Visit of the installation site INELFE "France-Spain"

V2 - Visit of PROMES/CNRS (processes, materials and solar energy) research laboratory