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Electronics ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 10 (22) ◽  
pp. 2754
Author(s):  
Saul Jimenez ◽  
Ernesto Vázquez ◽  
Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt

This paper proposed a methodology of adaptive instantaneous overcurrent protection (AIOCP) setting that ensures that the protection coverage remains unchanged regardless of the operating condition of the electrical network. The methodology calculates the protection setting parameters based on the real-time estimation of the Thevenin equivalent circuit (TEC). The estimation algorithm uses the positive-sequence voltage and current values and a system of non-linear equations, which is solved iteratively by the Gauss–Newton method. The proposed methodology calculates the IOCP settings in real time by using the real-time estimation of the TEC; therefore, any change in the electric network conditions is represented in the TEC, and the calculated setting keeps the desired protection coverage constant. Simulation results demonstrate that the proposed AIOCP can keep constant the protection coverage overcoming the classical problems of classical IOCP: sub-allocation and over-coverage.


2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
Michael Rosenblum ◽  
Arkady Pikovsky ◽  
Andrea A. Kühn ◽  
Johannes L. Busch

AbstractComputation of the instantaneous phase and amplitude via the Hilbert Transform is a powerful tool of data analysis. This approach finds many applications in various science and engineering branches but is not proper for causal estimation because it requires knowledge of the signal’s past and future. However, several problems require real-time estimation of phase and amplitude; an illustrative example is phase-locked or amplitude-dependent stimulation in neuroscience. In this paper, we discuss and compare three causal algorithms that do not rely on the Hilbert Transform but exploit well-known physical phenomena, the synchronization and the resonance. After testing the algorithms on a synthetic data set, we illustrate their performance computing phase and amplitude for the accelerometer tremor measurements and a Parkinsonian patient’s beta-band brain activity.


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