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Volume 243, 2021The 5th International Conference on Power, Energy and Mechanical Engineering (ICPEME 2021)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Power Electronics and Transmission Technology|
|Published online||11 March 2021|
Transformer graded fault diagnosis based on neighborhood rough set and XGBoost
1 Hunan University, College of Electrical and Information Engineering, 410082 Changsha, China
2 Hunan University, College of Electrical and Information Engineering, 410082 Changsha, China
3 Hunan University, College of Electrical and Information Engineering, 410082 Changsha, China
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Aiming at the uncertainty of fault type reasoning based on fault data in transformer fault diagnosis model, this paper proposed a hierarchical diagnosis model based on neighborhood rough set and XGBoost. The model used arctangent transformation to preprocess the DGA data, which could reduce the distribution span of data features and the complexity of model training. Using 5 characteristic gases and 16 gas ratios as the input characteristic parameters of the XGBoost model at all levels, reduction was performed on these 21 input feature attributes, features that had a high contribution to fault classification were retained, and redundant features were removed to improve the accuracy and efficiency of model prediction. Taking advantage of XGBoost's strong ability to extract a few features, the output of the model was the superposition of leaf node scores for each type of fault, the maximum score was the type of failure the sample belonged to, and its value was also the probability value. The obtained probability was used as one of the evidence sources to use D-S evidence theory for information fusion to verify the reliability of the model. Experiments have proved that the XGBoost graded diagnosis model proposed in this article has the highest overall accuracy rate comparing with the traditional model, reaching 93.01%, the accuracy of XGBoost models at all levels has reached more than 90%, the average accuracy rate is higher than that of the traditional model by an average of more than 2.7%, and the average time-consuming is only 0.0695 s. After D-S multi-source information fusion, the reliability of the prediction results of the model proposed in this paper has been improved.
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