Artificial Intelligence Technique and Wireless Sensor Networks in Energy Management System for Secure Power Optimization
Published: 8 April 2021
Abstract: The acquisition of data, the processing of those data for use by the operator, and control of remote devices are the fundamental building blocks of all modern utility control systems. Manual calculations, technical analysis and conclusions were initially adopted in power system design, operation and control. As the power system grow it become more complex due to the technical advancements, variety and dynamic requirements. Artificial intelligence is the science of automating intelligent behaviours currently achievable by humans. Intelligent system techniques may be of great help in the implementation of area power system controls. While smart grid can be considered as a modern electric power grid infrastructure for enhanced efficiency and reliability through automated control, high power converters, modern communications infrastructure, sensing and metering technologies, and modern energy management techniques based on the optimization of demand, energy and network availability, and so on. The big picture of the whole transmission grid, in the context of smart grids, is still unclear; and in Nigeria no studies have been put on ground in order for the existing network to be turn into a smart grid. In this research work emphasis is place on generation and transmission stations; power optimization using artificial intelligent techniques and wireless sensor networks for power control management system.
Keywords: optimization / intelligent / energy and network / Artificial / building / smart / grid / modern / power system
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