SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF DGA ANALYSIS FOR POWER TRANSFORMER USING ADVANCED CONTROL METHODS

  • Dr. Mihir K Patel
  • Dr. Alpesh M. Patel

Abstract

In any power system or grid network transformer device use for power from one circuit to another circuit without changing the frequency with high efficiency levels. Due to number of usages Transformer protection is very important now a days for electric supply which is fault free, efficiency and to increase the transformer life cycle. This paper is a brief discussion about the concentration of different gases like CO, CO2, H2, C2H6, C2H4, C2H2 and CH4 related faults which is known as DGA analysis with the help of various classical techniques gives different conditions for the same sample unit. This paper presents MATLAB simulation of ANN and Machine learning based high accuracy design techniques for DGA analysis and the results are compared with the classical techniques like Key Gas Method, IEC Ratio method, Duval triangle Method and Rogers Ratio Method, but in this paper we have done only Duval triangle Method for Comparison using Matlab. The Simulation result of the proposed methods shows that overall DGA analysis using Machine learning algorithm is better than conventional Duval triangle method Performance.

Keywords: DGA, Duval Triangle, IEC Ratio, Rogers Ratio, etc.

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Patel, D. M. K., & Patel, D. A. M. (2021). SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF DGA ANALYSIS FOR POWER TRANSFORMER USING ADVANCED CONTROL METHODS. Asian Journal For Convergence In Technology (AJCT), 7(1), 102-109. https://doi.org/10.33130/AJCT.2021v07i01.022