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Power transmission network simulation for fault diagnosis

Kiernan, L. and Warwick, K. (1992) Power transmission network simulation for fault diagnosis. In: IEE Colloquium on Simulation of Power Systems, 2 December 1992, London, UK, 3/1-3/3.

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The authors discuss an implementation of an object oriented (OO) fault simulator and its use within an adaptive fault diagnostic system. The simulator models the flow of faults around a power network, reporting switchgear indications and protection messages that would be expected in a real fault scenario. The simulator has been used to train an adaptive fault diagnostic system; results and implications are discussed.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
ID Code:21757
Uncontrolled Keywords:adaptive fault diagnostic system, fault diagnosis, learning classifier system, object oriented fault simulator, power transmission network simulation, protection messages, switchgear indications

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