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Wagiman K.R.,Institute of Industrial Training | Wagiman K.R.,University of Technology Malaysia | Khalid S.N.,University of Technology Malaysia | Shareef H.,United Arab Emirates University
Jurnal Teknologi | Year: 2017

Power quality (PQ) is a major concern for number of electrical equipment such as sophisticated electronics equipment, high efficiency variable speed drive (VSD) and power electronic controller. The most common power quality event is the voltage sag. The objective is to estimate the location of voltage sag source using ANN. In this paper, the multi-monitor based method is used. Based on the simulation results, the voltage deviation (VD) index of voltage sag is calculated and assigned as a training data for ANN. The Radial Basis Function Network (RBFN) is used due to its superior performances (lower training time and errors). The three types of performance analysis considered are coefficient of determination (R2), root mean square error (RMSE) and sum of square error (SSE). The RBFN is developed by using MATLAB software. The proposed method is tested on the CIVANLAR distribution test system and the Permas Jaya distribution network. The voltage sags are simulated using Power World software which is a common simulation tool for power system analysis. The asymmetrical fault namely line to ground (LG) fault, double line to ground (LLG) fault and line to line (LL) fault are applied in the simulation. Based on the simulation results of voltage sag analysis, the highest VD is contributed by LLG for both test systems. Based on the proposed RBFN results, the best performance analysis are R2, RMSE and SSE of 0.9999, 5.24E-04 and 3.90E-05, respectively. Based on the results, the highest VD shows the location of voltage sag source in that system. The proposed RBFN accurately identifies the location of voltage sag source for both test systems. © 2017 Penerbit UTM Press. All rights reserved.

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