Fault location identification in distribution systems utilizing PLC

Abat, Nesimi


Fault Identification of Rotating Electric Machines using Comparative Analysis Methods
Balan, H.; Vadan, I.; Buzdugan, M.; Botezan, A.; Karaissas, P. (2011-09-10)
The analysis of the electrical machines operation, usually appeals to monitoring and diagnosis techniques, the operation faults involving electrical, mechanical and aero-dynamical parameters modification. The mechanical faults are due mainly to the unbalance of the rotating parts of the electrical machines and their analysis can be carried out using the vibration amplitude versus time and/or the vibration speed versus frequency characteristics. This paper presents a fault identification method, using a comp...
Fault detection and service restoration in medium voltage distribution system
Altın, Müfit; Özay, Nevzat; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2009)
This thesis proposes an algorithm and develops a program for fault detection and system restoration in medium voltage distribution systems. In Turkey, TUBITAK-UZAY developed distribution automation system including fault detection and service restoration functions for Bogazici Electricity Distribution Company. By the time, expanding of distribution system with nonstandardized infrastructure (for example more than one circuit breaker in the feeder, mesh and closed loop feeder structure), developed automation...
Fault location based on state estimation in PMU observable systems
ÖNER, Ahmet; Göl, Murat (2016-09-09)
Accurate location of a fault on a line is extremely important to restore the line in the shortest time possible, which directly affects the operational cost and system reliability. This paper presents an accurate and computationally fast strategy for fault location based on well-known state estimation method. The proposed method employs PMU measurements recorded during the fault (before the circuit breakers open). Those measurements are used for determination of the fault currents flowing on the faulted lin...
Fault detection and location in combination circuits.
Gursel, Goker; Department of Electrical Engineering (1975)
Fault-tolerant topology control in heterogeneous wireless sensor networks
Bağcı, Hakkı; Yazıcı, Adnan; Körpeoğlu, İbrahim; Department of Computer Engineering (2013)
Wireless sensor networks have come into prominence for monitoring and tracking operations in many application areas including environmental monitoring, battlefield surveillance, healthcare solutions, vehicle traffic monitoring, smart home systems and many other industrial applications. A long network life time and fault-tolerant operation are two essential requirements for wireless sensor network applications. In order to satisfy these requirements, heterogeneous architectures can be employed in wireless se...
Citation Formats
N. Abat, “Fault location identification in distribution systems utilizing PLC,” Middle East Technical University, 1995.