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Data management of on-line partial discharge monitoring using wireless sensor nodes integrated with a multi-agent system

Baker, Philip and McArthur, S.D.J. and Judd, M.D. (2008) Data management of on-line partial discharge monitoring using wireless sensor nodes integrated with a multi-agent system. In: International Conference on Intelligent Systems Applications to Power Systems, 2007-11-05 - 2007-11-08.

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    Abstract

    On-line partial discharge monitoring has been the subject of significant research in previous years but little work has been carried out with regard to the management of on-site data. To date, on-line partial discharge monitoring within a substation has only been concerned with single plant items, so the data management problem has been minimal. As the age of plant equipment increases, so does the need for condition monitoring to ensure maximum lifespan. This paper presents an approach to the management of partial discharge data through the use of embedded monitoring techniques running on wireless sensor nodes. This method is illustrated by a case study on partial discharge monitoring data from an ageing HVDC reactor.