The reliability of the operations of the high-voltage circuit breaker is the key to the stable power system, so it's fault diagnosis and condition assessment it is of great significance. Considering that high-voltage circuit breaker vibration fingerprints contain valuable information about its mechanical integrity and that the vibration measurements are non-invasive, this paper presents the algorithm for the analysis of residual life of a high-voltage circuit breaker. The algorithm is based on the variational mode decomposition (VMD) and Shannon information entropy mean (EM) in order to obtain indices that are used as an indicator of the circuit breaker structural deterioration.

(2020). A high-voltage circuit breaker condition assessment method using the vibration fingerprint based on VMD-EM method . Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/174668

A high-voltage circuit breaker condition assessment method using the vibration fingerprint based on VMD-EM method

Ermidoro, Michele
2020

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The reliability of the operations of the high-voltage circuit breaker is the key to the stable power system, so it's fault diagnosis and condition assessment it is of great significance. Considering that high-voltage circuit breaker vibration fingerprints contain valuable information about its mechanical integrity and that the vibration measurements are non-invasive, this paper presents the algorithm for the analysis of residual life of a high-voltage circuit breaker. The algorithm is based on the variational mode decomposition (VMD) and Shannon information entropy mean (EM) in order to obtain indices that are used as an indicator of the circuit breaker structural deterioration.
Obarcanin, Kerim; Lacevic, Bakir; Ermidoro, Michele
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