Power Transformer Differential Protection Based on DWT and EDT


  • Nitika Shrivastava Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Vishwavidyalaya Engineering College Ambikapur, India


Power transformer, Differential protection, Transient based protection, Discrete Wavelet Transform, Transformer inrush, MATLAB, PSCAD, SVM


These theoretical outlines differential protection philosophy for power transformer (PT) by utilizing combined discrete wavelet transform (DWT) and Ensemble Methods based on Decision Trees (EDT) methods Discrimination between internal fault and magnetizing inrush condition may be an exceptionally challenging task PT differential protection scheme. Therefore, a discrete wavelet transform is utilized to extract the time and frequency division data simultaneously from the relaying signal (i.e., differential current) and after that, the distinctive highlights like entropy, skewness, and standard deviation are calculated from decomposed signals of the DWT. And after that these highlights of the handing-off flag are utilized to prepare and test the EDT to detect an internal fault. The PT is demonstrated in PSCAD /EMTDC computer program to get the relaying under different working conditions. The proposed calculation is assessed in MATLAB under different working conditions of PT and the tested data is simulated in PSCAD/EMTDC by varying inception and selective under different operating conditions of PT.


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How to Cite

N. Shrivastava, “Power Transformer Differential Protection Based on DWT and EDT”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 154–158, Feb. 2022.