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Title: Application of artificial neural network in protective relaying of transmission lines
Keywords: Neural Nets
Power Engineering Computing
Power System Protection
Power Transmission Lines
Relay Protection
Issue Date: 1991
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: Proceedings of the First International Forum on Applications of Neural Networks to Power Systems, Seattle, USA, 23-26 July 1991, 122-125
Abstract: That the artificial neural network (ANN) can perform the pattern classification in excellent fashion is already established in the literature. The authors envisage the relay as a pattern classifying device. This opens a new dimension in relay philosophy which needs wide investigations. Keeping the microprocessor relay framework intact, the authors report the findings about the feasibility of using ANN in protection of transmission lines. The ADALINE model is explored for the application and is found to yield encouraging results. The input variables are quantified over the operating range which eases the arithmetics of the microprocessor. The training is performed in off-line mode and the converged weight matrix is stored for on-line use.
URI: 10.1109/ANN.1991.213509
ISBN: 0-7803-0065-3
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