Neural networks for phase and symmetrical components estimation in power systems

@article{Nguyen2009NeuralNF,
  title={Neural networks for phase and symmetrical components estimation in power systems},
  author={Ngac Ky Nguyen and Damien Flieller and Patrice Wira and Djaffar Ould Abdeslam},
  journal={2009 35th Annual Conference of IEEE Industrial Electronics},
  year={2009},
  pages={3252-3257}
}
An original three-phase neural approach for phase and symmetrical components estimation is proposed in this paper. This neural structure can be used for power quality control, in an active power filtering scheme for example. The approach is composed of a neural symmetrical voltage components extraction and a neural phase detection technique. These functional tasks are decomposed and approximated by the learning of Adaline neural networks. The whole neural architecture is implemented on a… CONTINUE READING

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