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Design of an expert system for fault location and protection analysis

H. H. Sherwali

Design of an expert system for fault location and protection analysis

by H. H. Sherwali

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


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StatementH.H. Sherwali ; supervisedby P.A. Crossley..
ContributionsCrossley, P. A., Electrical Engineering and Electronics.
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Open LibraryOL16581110M

  Islanding detection, relay coordination, fault detection, and fault classification are the well-known protection issues with microgrid. Hence, this chapter presents a relook to basic concepts and the importance of sustainable microgrids, and examines the envisaged protection issues and protection strategies concerned with the integration of Cited by: 1. One of the main issues is the techniques for fault location and fault indication. For these, both different equipment and functions are considered. Of high importance also, are the various computer systems used in network operation. To analyse the state of art of these, also a detailed analysis of the properties of present SCADA-systems is Size: KB.

Introduction Objectives Although there is a large body of literature on fault detection and diagnostics (FDD) for applications in critical processes, relatively little exists for application to chillers or other vapor compression equipment. Accurate assessment of these currents is also essential for determining the settings of the system protection devices. This training course includes the preparation of the system for analysis, by manual calculation and by the use of computer analysis. Participants will be introduced to the various fault analysis software programs.

Fault analysis is an important consideration in power system planning, protection equipment selection, and overall system reliability assessment. At the heart of today’s power generation and distribution are high-voltage transmission and distribution networks. When a fault (e.g., a short circuit) occurs at some point in the network, the normal operating conditions of the system are upset; if. precise fault location to narrow the search for possible damage on the line and to cut the down time. An easy-to-use software system for relay fault records can provide the desired precision to the utility personnel. The system is open to fault records of any relay, .


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Design of an expert system for fault location and protection analysis by H. H. Sherwali Download PDF EPUB FB2

Expert systems can be developed for every area in power systems such as generation, distribution, transmission etc. Even maintenance of expensive components of system can be carried with improved quality using expert systems.

The expert system discussed in this is very preliminary off- line Size: KB. This paper deals with the design of an Expert System (ES) for fault diagnosis in electrochemical operations and especially in electroplating - anodizing. Fault tree analysis is used as a searching technique within the ES while the corresponding knowledge base includes standard quality control methods and simulation models.

The FDI/DA is an expert system based computer aided design environment that assists designers in the global FDI design process. The system incorporates a data base of failure detection and isolation details and procedures, and is capable of suggesting design reiteration procedures to the Size: 2MB.

A Rule Based Expert System for Vehicle Fault Diagnosis Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research Vol.

8(8) August with 1, Reads. Fault Conditions • Normal power system – balanced symmetrical three-phase network. • Fault: – A sudden abnormal alteration to the normal circuit arrangement. – The circuit will pass through a.

transient state. to a. steady state. – In the transient state, the. initial magnitude of the fault currentFile Size: 1MB. In the analysis of power system protection the protection relay IED is the crucial part in order to prevent the unexpected event and maintain the integrity and security of the system.

It is very useful at identifying problems with the fault relay settings or the algorithm of protection which could cause undesired operation and system disturbances. An Expert System for Car Failure Diagnosis. diagnosis expert system based on fault tree analysis for lubricating de- non-linear observer design, etc.

The book is brimming over with. Optimization of One-end Fault Location Symmetrical components approach appears as very effective technique for transposed lines and fault location algorithm is formulated in terms of these components (positive- negative- and zero-sequence) Ac Ab Aa 2 2 A2 A1 A0 1 a a 1 a a 1 1 1 3 1 V V V V V V a exp(j2 /3) Optimization of One-end Fault LocationFile Size: KB.

Various researches on fault analysis have been done over years and fault location techniques are proposed to find fault in distribution systems. Faults in distribution systems with distributed generation can be identified using conventional methods such as travelling wave based, impedance based method and artificial intelligent by: When a fault occurs on the transmission or distribution system, the current which flows into the fault will be derived from a combination of three sources: 1.

tifies fault locations using an iterative estimation of load and fault current at each line section and then an actual location is identified, applying the current pattern matching rules. In [4], expert system for the diagnosis of faults was discussed. In [5], the paper proposes alternatives to improve the electric.

Purchase Expert Systems - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNfault during usage and in some circumstances it is very difficult in getting the services of an auto mechanic based on the location at which the vehicle developed fault.

This work is aimed at the design and implementation of a rulebased expert system for vehicle fault diagnosis. Design and implementation of An expert management system for automobile fault detection.

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Abstract: This paper employs a wavelet multiresolution analysis (MRA) along with the adaptive-network-based fuzzy inference system to overcome the difficulties associated with conventional voltage- and current-based measurements for transmission-line fault location algorithms, due to the effect of factors such as fault inception angle, fault impedance, and fault distance.

Diagnostic Expert Systems: From Expert’s Knowledge to Real-Time Systems C. Angeli1 Abstract This Chapter presents the evolution of the expert systems paradigm for fault diagnosis in technical systems and processes.

Fault diagnosis is becoming one of the largest domains where expert systems are find application from their early Size: KB. Fault Location on Power Lines describes basic algorithms used in fault locators, focusing on fault location on overhead transmission lines, but also covering fault location in distribution networks.

An application of artificial intelligence in this field is also presented, to help the reader to understand all aspects of fault location on overhead lines, including both the design and application by: To ensure minimum loss of system security and revenue it is essential that faults on underground cable systems be located and repaired rapidly.

Currently in the UK, the impulse current method is used to prelocate faults, prior to using acoustic methods to pinpoint the fault location. The impulse current method is heavily dependent on the engineer's knowledge and experience in recognising Cited by: Fault Location on Power Lines enables readers to pinpoint the location of a fault on power lines following a disturbance.

The nine chapters are organised according to the design of different locators. The authors do not simply refer the reader to manufacturers’ documentation, but instead have. Written for the computer science student or more advanced developer interested in expert systems, the new edition of Peter Jackson's Introduction to Expert Systems provides a truly magisterial tour of several decades of artificial intelligence (AI) and expert system research.

This comprehensive book compiles past efforts to get computers to reason like experts as well as explaining how today's Cited by:. According to Daniel L. Stotink and his friends in a book “computer and applications an introduction to data processing” expert system is also a knowledge based system.

It is a complex software (program), designed to imitate the thought processes and decision making patterns of human experts in a given field.fault protection using DGA method.

Overcurrent Fault Protection As the fault impedance is less than load impedance, the fault current is more than load current. If a short circuit occurs the circuit impedance is reduced to a low value and therefore large current accompanies a fault File Size: 47KB.Keywords - Fault Analysis, Fault Location, Expert Systems, Digital Fault Recorders I.

INTRODUCTION The automated fault analysis is of interest to the electric power utilities for several reasons. The most compelling one is the need to restore the system as soon as possible after the occurrence of a fault.

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