PROJECT TITLE :
Integrated Fault Location and Power-Quality Analysis in Electric Power Distribution Systems
This paper presents a strategy for automated disturbance analysis and fault location on electrical power distribution systems using a combination of contemporary techniques for network analysis, signal processing, and intelligent systems. New algorithms to detect, classify, and find power-quality disturbances are developed. The continuous process of detecting these disturbances is accomplished through statistical analysis and multilevel signal analysis within the wavelet domain. The behavioral indices of the present and voltage signals are extracted by employing the discrete wavelet remodel, multiresolution analysis, and the concept of signal energy. These indices are employed by a variety of independent Fuzzy-ARTMAP neural networks, that aim to classify the fault type and the facility-quality events. The fault location is performed when the classification method. A real life 3-part distribution system with 134 nodes-13.eight kV and 7.065 MVA-was used to check the proposed algorithms, providing satisfactory results, attesting that the proposed algorithms are economical, quick, and, on top of all, intelligent.
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