TITLE

Identification of Harmonic Source Location in Power Networks Using Neural Networks with Minimum Number of Measurement

AUTHOR(S)
Farajzadeh, R.; Khodaei, J.
PUB. DATE
October 2011
SOURCE
International Review on Modelling & Simulations;Oct2011, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p2324
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This paper presents a practical method for harmonic sources detection in a power network using neural network with sigmoid output layer and LVQ education algorithm. In some cases, to improve results, a consecutive BPN network has been used that in this paper is called CBPN. For comparison, the RBF neural network has been studied and results comparison shows that BPN is better. For optimum selection of numbers and locations of harmonic meters, Optimum line that is affected from harmonic sources and also system topology analysis method has been used. The applications of mentioned methods lead to obtain satisfactory results with the least number of harmonic meter and neural network input samples. When neural network is applied to harmonic sources detection, there are no knowledge about the existence of harmonic sources and their type. Using the state estimation method and optimization method such as genetic algorithm which are applied for the locating meter are confirmed, but these methods are so complicated and time consuming. The presented method in this paper is simple and also very precise. Other advantage of this paper is the proper selection of the neural network input parameters so that load and harmonic sources variations do not affect on the result considerably. Presented Method is tested on the IEEE-14 BUS network.
ACCESSION #
78004812

 

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