This paper presents a new approach for locating fault in transmission line using intelligent control relaying. Fault must be detected at its inception by issuing an output signal indicating this condition. Neural network approach for locating fault can be posed as a pattern-recognition to recognize pure sinusoidal signals as indicators of a normal system condition; abrupt changes of amplitude, phase, or the presence of transient components as indicators of fault. This method uses the fundamental frequency components of voltage and current basically current at pre-fault and post fault condition, measured at each phase from any one end of the selected power system. In this approach the data sets were trained using the available data from the system which comprises of different fault types data, and fault inception angles. This approach of locating fault using intelligent control can be used for supporting a new generation of very high speed protective relaying system.
Dutta, Abhijit A; Rao, Mrunalini M.; and Rao, M.M.
"Intelligent Control For Locating Fault in Transmission Lines,"
International Journal of Instrumentation Control and Automation: Vol. 1:
3, Article 5.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijica/vol1/iss3/5