E3S Web Conf.
Volume 242, 2021The 7th International Conference on Renewable Energy Technologies (ICRET 2021)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Electronics and Electrical Engineering|
|Published online||10 March 2021|
The Application of RBF Neural Network Optimized by K-means and Genetic-backpropagation in Fault Diagnosis of Power Transformer
Centre for Advanced Electrical and Electronic System, Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment, and Information Technology, SEGi University, Jalan Teknologi, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
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Through the dissolved gas analysis (DGA) in transformer oil, the fault of the power transformer can be diagnosed. However, the DGA method has the disadvantage of low accuracy because it couldn’t exactly reflect the nonlinear relationship between the characteristic gases and fault types. Radial basis function neural network (RBFNN) has the advantage of dealing with complex nonlinear problems, so it can be applied to transformer fault diagnosis based on DGA. The centers, widths and weights has important effects on the performance of the RBFNN. However, it is difficult to find the global optimal solution of these parameters when RBFNN training. This paper creatively designs a method to improve these parameters of RBFNN, firstly using the K-means algorithm to optimize the centers and widths of RBFNN, then using the genetic algorithm-backpropagation (GA-BP) algorithm optimize the weights. Finally, establish the K-means RBF-genetic backpropagation (KRBF-GBP) algorithm model through a large amount of training data. The test results show that the fault diagnosis accuracy of the KRBF-GBP algorithm is 96.4%, higher than the unoptimized RBFNN with 71.43%.
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