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Paper Title: Design and Implementation of an Automated Real-Time Power Distribution Line Monitoring System: A Case Study of Nigerian Power System
Authors Name: Ikenna Calistus Dialoke , Nnabueze Edmund Ajimah , Franklin Chibueze Njoku , Daniel Salka Tanko
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Published Paper Id: IJRTI2211021
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 11, November-2022
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Abstract: Abstract- In Nigerian power distribution line system, the indiscriminate occurrence of faults along the different distribution lines has become a serious concern that requires urgent attention. Every occurrence of fault usually results to either a total downtime/blackout or voltage and current drop which affect economic and social activities of the country. An efficient fault detection system was developed with the assistance of available high level technology. The construction of the fault detection monitoring system was done using a number of components such as Arduino microcontroller, resistors, connectors, current sensors, voltage sensors, opto-coupler, voltage regulators, capacitors, 12V step-down, bridge rectifier, plastic PVC pipes, switch and fuse. The voltage and current values of the distribution line were classified and categorized using range of values in the program written into the microcontroller so as to display detected fault with the precise location. The fault detection monitoring system provides accurate information which are being constantly transmitted through WiFi interface and displayed in real-time with refresh rate of 3 seconds at the desired control center of the managing company.
Keywords: Keywords: power distribution, Fault detection, voltage and current readings, and automated approach
Cite Article: "Design and Implementation of an Automated Real-Time Power Distribution Line Monitoring System: A Case Study of Nigerian Power System", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 11, page no.128 - 133, November-2022, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI2211021.pdf
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Country: Kaduna , Kaduna , Nigeria
Research Area: Engineering
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