Condition Assessment of High Voltage Circuit Breaker Operating Mechanism Based on Coil Current Waveform
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- coil current waveform; condition assessment; finite element method; feature and inflection extraction; high voltage circuit breaker; neural network; operating mechanism of circuit breaker; Pearson correlation coefficient; slope method; waveform recognition
In order to evaluate the condition of the high voltage circuit breaker (HVCB) operating mechanism, a method based on the coil current (CC) waveform of the operating mechanism has been studied in this paper. A finite element method (FEM) with high accuracy has been used to establish an electromagnetic system model of the operating mechanism. The effects of the mechanical parameter variations and mechanism faults on the CC waveform have been studied by simulation and experimental studies, and the features and inflections of the CC waveform are determined as the evaluation indices of the mechanism. Then the slope method has been used to extract features and inflections of the CC waveform after filtering, and the CC features are optimized by Pearson correlation coefficient method. Finally, the condition of the HVCB operating mechanism has been evaluated by the combination of the waveform recognition and neural network analysis. It has been concluded that the evaluation results can accurately reflect the operation condition of the HVCB operating mechanism.
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TY - CONF AU - Xiaoli Duan AU - Hongcai Lei AU - Min Fan AU - Lihua Zhao AU - Rongrong Fu AU - Qiang Rong AU - Hao Zhang AU - Zhong Wang PY - 2016/10 DA - 2016/10 TI - Condition Assessment of High Voltage Circuit Breaker Operating Mechanism Based on Coil Current Waveform BT - Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Energy, Power and Electrical Engineering PB - Atlantis Press SP - 207 EP - 212 SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/epee-16.2016.46 DO - 10.2991/epee-16.2016.46 ID - Duan2016/10 ER -