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Liu, L. (author)
The MMC-based MTDC systems are considered a promising solution for long-distance power transmission, integration of renewable energy sources, and interconnection of power grids. Nowadays, MMC-based MTDC systems have been successfully developed in various projects worldwide and are expected to play a significant role in future electrical power...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Liu, L. (author), Xie, F. (author), Popov, M. (author), Hao, Zhiguo (author), Lekić, A. (author)
This article presents an accurate DC fault location method that applies parameter fitting. This technique first discusses the traveling wave (TW) propagation process in the decoupled line-mode network. We obtain the exact fault distance equation based on the analytical expressions for the wavefront of backward line-mode voltage TW. The adaptive...
conference paper 2023
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Nougain, V. (author), Mishra, Sukumar (author), Nag, Soumya Shubhra (author), Lekić, A. (author)
Accurately locating the fault helps in the rapid restoration of the isolated line back into the system. This article proposes a novel communication-based multi-terminal method to locate the fault in a radial medium voltage DC (MVDC) microgrid. A time-domain based algorithm is proposed which applies to an MVDC system with different possible...
journal article 2023
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Choudhary, Shivesh (author)
The growing demand for electricity and the importance of decarbonization have forced to transition from fossil fuels to sustainable sources of energy like wind and solar. Currently, the universal power mix remains dominated by fossil fuels but plans are in motion to achieve the target set for the upcoming years. It involves grid expansion and...
master thesis 2022
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Fu, J. (author)
In typical power system operations, failures, e.g., caused by degradation, may result in service interruption and loss of power supply. Furthermore, low-occurrence-probability but high-impact extreme events, e.g., natural disasters and cyber-attacks, may also damage the power grid. This thesis aims to develop innovative strategies for handling...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Chavez, Jose J. (author), Veerakumar, Nidarshan (author), Azizi, Sadegh (author), Guardado, Jose L. (author), Rueda, José L. (author), Palensky, P. (author), Terzija, Vladimir (author), Popov, M. (author)
Local protection elements such as fuses and relays are the first protective mechanism to clear the fault and isolate the affected part of the power grid. Although the selectivity, speed, and sensitivity of these primary protection devices are relatively high, they cannot be considered flawless. There is a small percentage of events for which...
journal article 2021
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Fu, J. (author), Song, Guobing (author), De Schutter, B.H.K. (author)
Fault location algorithms for transmission lines use the parameters of the transmission line to locate faults after the faults have occurred along the line. Although these parameters can be estimated by the phasor measurement units (PMUs) at the terminal(s) of the transmission line continuously, the uncertainty in the measurements will give...
journal article 2021
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Sapountzoglou, Nikolaos (author), Lago, Jesus (author), De Schutter, B.H.K. (author), Raison, Bertrand (author)
Power outages in electrical grids can have very negative economic and societal impacts rendering fault diagnosis paramount to their secure and reliable operation. In this paper, deep neural networks are proposed for fault detection and location in low-voltage smart distribution grids. Due to its key properties, the proposed method solves some...
journal article 2020
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Lunglmayr, Michael (author), Castro do Amaral, G. (author)
Supervision of the physical layer of optical networks is an extremely relevant subject. To detect fiber faults, single-ended solutions, such as the optical time-domain reflectometry (OTDR), allow for precise measurements of fault profiles. Combining the OTDR with a signal processing approach for high-dimensional sparse parameter estimation...
journal article 2018
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Mor, A. R. (author), Castro Heredia, L.C. (author), Muñoz, F. A. (author)
Clustering techniques are of main interest for separation of partial discharge (PD) sources. The separation is achieved if it is possible to extract from the PD pulses specific information related to the source. In this sense, this paper explores the capability of fundamental quantities derived from PD current pulses such as the peak amplitude...
journal article 2017
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Popov, M. (author), Parmar, Shreya (author), Rietveld, Gert (author), Preston, Gary (author), Radojevic, Zoran (author), Terzija, Vladimir (author)
This paper presents a comparison between two different approaches to fault location both with and without utilising transmission line parameters. Firstly, an impedance-based parameter-dependent algorithm, derived by using modal transformation theory and fast Fourier transform is presented. The methodology is able to locate the fault whether it...
journal article 2016
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Popov, M. (author), Rietveld, G. (author), Radojevic, Z. (author), Terzija, V. (author)
This paper presents a fault location algorithm that can be used to accurately locate the fault at any place along mixed line-cable transmission corridors. The algorithm is an impedance based line/cable parameter dependent algorithm. The fault location algorithm is derived using distributed line model, modal transformation theory and Discrete...
conference paper 2013
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Morales-Espana, G. (author), Mora-Floréz, J. (author), Vargas-Torres, H. (author)
This paper presents a conceptual approach for eliminating the multiple estimation problem of impedance-based fault location methods applied to power distribution systems, using the available measurements of current and voltage fundamentals at the power substation. Three test systems are used to identify the faulted lateral obtaining high...
journal article 2009
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