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Title: On Peculiarities of development of information support for technical diagnostics multilevel systems of electrical equipment
Other Titles: Особливості побудови багаторівневих систем технічної діагностики електричних машин
Authors: Мислович, Михайло
Гижко, Юрій
Гуторова, Марина
Остапчук, Людвіга
Myslovych, Mykhailo
Hyzhko, Yuriy
Hutorova, Maryna
Ostapchuk, Liudviga
Affiliation: Institute of Electrodynamics
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): On Peculiarities of development of information support for technical diagnostics multilevel systems of electrical equipment / Mykhailo Myslovych, Yuriy Hyzhko, Maryna Hutorova, Liudviga Ostapchuk // Computational Problems of Electrical Engineering. — Lviv : Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019. — Vol 9. — No 2. — P. 34–41.
Bibliographic description (International): On Peculiarities of development of information support for technical diagnostics multilevel systems of electrical equipment / Mykhailo Myslovych, Yuriy Hyzhko, Maryna Hutorova, Liudviga Ostapchuk // Computational Problems of Electrical Engineering. — Lviv : Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019. — Vol 9. — No 2. — P. 34–41.
Is part of: Computational Problems of Electrical Engineering, 2 (9), 2019
Issue: 2
Volume: 9
Issue Date: 20-Mar-2019
Publisher: Lviv Politechnic Publishing House
Place of the edition/event: Львів
Lviv
Keywords: electrical equipment
diagnostics system
conception of Smart Grid
training dataset
Number of pages: 8
Page range: 34-41
Start page: 34
End page: 41
Abstract: Наведено основні вимоги до систем діагностування електроенергетичного обладнання з урахуванням концепції Smart Grid. Розглянуто деякі результати, що стосуються питань утворення діагностичних сигналів у працюючому електротехнічному обладнанні. Запропоновано інформаційне забезпечення до багаторівневої системи електротехнічного обладнання. Розглянуто основні складові цього забезпечення, серед яких математичні моделі діагностичних сигналів, а також моделі, які характеризують процес формування навчальних сукупностей, що водночас відповідають і певним дефектам досліджуваних вузлів електротехнічного обладнання, і режимам їхньої роботи. Запропоновано й досліджено форми представлення навчальних сукупностей, що відповідають певним технічним станам вузлів електротехнічного обладнання і які можуть працювати у різних режимах.
Crucial requirements to the diagnostics systems of electrical equipment have been formulated which take into account the conception of Smart Grid. Results pertaining to the issues of diagnostic signals formation in operating electrical equipment are considered. Informational support for multilevel systems of electrical equipment has been presented. The basic components of the informational support are discussed, including mathematical models of diagnostic signals, and also models simulating the process of forming the training datasets; the latter cover both certain defects of investigated electrical equipment units and their operating modes. Various representations of training datasets have been introduced and investigated; the datasets cover certain technical conditions of electrical equipment units in the variety of operating modes.
URI: http://ena.lp.edu.ua:8080/handle/ntb/49608
Copyright owner: © Національний університет “Львівська політехніка”, 2019
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3. S. V. Babak, M. V. Myslovych, and R. M. Sysak, Statistical diagnostics of Electrical Engineering equipment. Kyiv, Ukraine: Institute of Electrodynamics of NAS of Ukraine, 2015. (Russian)
4. I. A. Birger, Technical diagnostics. Moscow, Russia: Mashynostroenie, 1978. (Russian)
5. V. A. Guliaiev. Computational diagnostics. Kyiv, Ukraine: Naukova dumka, 1992. (Russian)
6. V. V. Kliuiev, P. P. Parhomenko, et al; Technical means of diagnostics: Hand-book. Moscow, Russia: Mashynostroenie, 1989. (Russian)
7. V. P. Babak, S. V. Babak, M. V. Myslovych, A. O. aporozhets, and V. M. Zvaritch, Information Provision of Diagnostic Systems for Energy Facilities. Kyiv: Ukraine: Akademperiodyka, 2018.
8. M. V. Myslovych and R. M. Sysak, "Design peculiarities of multi-level systems for technical diagnostics of electrical machines", Computational Problems of Electrical Engineering, vol. 4. no. 1, 2014.
9. M. V. Myslovych and R. M. Sysak, "On some peculiarities of design of intelligent multi-level systems for technical diagnostics of electric power facilities", Tekhnichna Elektrodynamika, no. 1, pp. 78–85, Kyiv, Ukraine: Institute of Electrodynamics of NAS of Ukraine, 2015. (Ukrainian)
10. V. V. Ilyin, "Introduction to Smart Grid", AVOK, no 7, pp. 76–86, 2012. (Russian)
11. B. S. Stognii, O. V. Kyrylenko, O. F. Butkevych, and M. F. Sopel, "Informational support for tasks of power electrical systems control", Power engineering: economics, technique, ecology, no 1, pp. 13–22, 2012. (Ukrainian)
12. B. S. Stognii, O. V. Kyrylenko, and S. P. Denysiuk, "Intelligent electrical networks of power systems and their technological components", Tekhnichna Elektrodynamika, no. 6, pp. 44–50, Kyiv, Ukraine: Institute of Electrodynamics NAS of Ukraine, 2010. (Ukrainian).
13. B. S. Stognii, O. V. Kyrylenko, A. V. Prahovnik, and S. P. Denysiuk, "Evolution of intelligent electrical networks and their perspectives in Ukraine", Tekhnichna Elektrodynamika, no. 5, pp. 52–67, Kyiv, Ukraine: Institute of Electrodynamics of NAS of Ukraine, 2012. (Ukrainian)
14. V. P. Babak, V. Eremenko, Yu. M. Kuts, M. Mysovych, and L.M. Scherbak, Models and Measures in Measurements. Kyiv, Ukraine: Naukova Dumka, 2019. (Ukrainian)
15. S. M. Hertsyk, "Formation of Training datasets for diagnostic systems of electric power equipment taking into account their operating modes", Works of Institute of Electrodynamics of NAS of Ukraine, vol. 52, pp. 54–61. (Ukrainian)
16. I. G. Shubov, Noise and Vibration of Electrical machines. Leningrad, Russia: Energoatomizdat. 1986.
17. I. M. Yavorskyi, Mathematical Models and Analysis of Stochastic Oscillations. Lviv, Ukraine: Physics – Mechanics Institute of NAS of Ukraine, 2013.
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23. Mathematic Encyclopedia. I. M. Vinogradov, Ed., Moscow, Russia: Soviet Encyclopedia, vol. 4, Ok-Slo, 1984. (Russian)
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