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Volume - 2 | Issue - 2 | june 2020

Artificial Intelligence Based Distribution System Management and Control
Dr. D. Nirmal  101  76
Pages: 137-147
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Nirmal, D. D. (2020). Artificial Intelligence Based Distribution System Management and Control. Journal of Electronics and Informatics, 2(2), 137-147. doi:10.36548/jei.2020.2.005
Published
04 June, 2020
Abstract

The electrical transmission and distribution systems are working on their own independence in operation. The operation of these systems can be modified by manual switching process. The switching process takes place only there is a need for transmission line alteration and transmission line fault attendance period. The manual switching operation during fault occurrence period consumes lot of time for the trained person to reach the place and it may leads to severe damages to the transmission system, also it's a threat to human safety. In order to avoid such drawbacks circuit breakers and automatic trippers were installed to the transmission lines and distribution systems. The circuit breakers and trippers are able to switch off the system only after the fault observation in the transmission line system. The proposed artificial intelligence based management and control system consists of several sensor elements and wireless IoT transmission to predict and avoid the fault occurrence by monitoring the physical and atmosphere condition of the transmission and distribution line. The control structure fitted with the transmission line monitors the environment and line fault condition and the IoT transmission unit gives a possible communication from the remote monitoring system to the transmission line system for switching operations.

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