Multi-agent system for condition monitoring applications

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Abstract

Condition monitoring, within the power industry, is essential to ensure continuous operation and health of electrical plans. This is a complex activity that requires the combination of different artificial intelligence techniques. This article describes a multiagent framework to support such a condition-monitoring approach. The resulting condition monitoring multiagent system (COMMAS) was applied to two different case studies, to monitor the start-up sequences of industrial gas turbines and identification of partial discharge signal defects in gas insulated substations.
LanguageEnglish
Pages543-558
Number of pages15
JournalCybernetics and Systems: An International Journal
Volume33
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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Condition monitoring
Multi agent systems
Partial discharges
Artificial intelligence
Gas turbines
Health
Defects
Gases
Industry

Keywords

  • monitoring system
  • intelligent system
  • power system management
  • monitoring
  • fault diagnostic
  • multiagent system

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