EPE  Vol.5 No.4 B , July 2013
Distributed Adaptive Learning Framework for Wide Area Monitoring of Power Systems Integrated with Distributed Generations
Abstract: This paper presents a preliminary study of developing a novel distributed adaptive real-time learning framework for wide area monitoring of power systems integrated with distributed generations using synchrophasor technology. The framework comprises distributed agents (synchrophasors) for autonomous local condition monitoring and fault detection, and a central unit for generating global view for situation awareness and decision making. Key technologies that can be integrated into this hierarchical distributed learning scheme are discussed to enable real-time information extraction and knowledge discovery for decision making, without explicitly accumulating and storing all raw data by the central unit. Based on this, the configuration of a wide area monitoring system of power systems using synchrophasor technology, and the functionalities for locally installed open-phasor-measurement-units (OpenPMUs) and a central unit are presented. Initial results on anti-islanding protection using the proposed approach are given to illustrate the effectiveness.
Cite this paper: K. Li, Y. Guo, D. Laverty, H. He and M. Fei, "Distributed Adaptive Learning Framework for Wide Area Monitoring of Power Systems Integrated with Distributed Generations," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4, 2013, pp. 962-969. doi: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B185.

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