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dc.contributor.authorAlqasem, Hamza-
dc.contributor.authorDawood, Adam-
dc.contributor.authorArda, Qusai-
dc.contributor.authorJallad, Jafar-
dc.contributor.authorAlsadi, Samer-
dc.contributor.authorFoqha, Tareq-
dc.contributor.authorAlWahhabi, Abdulelah-
dc.contributor.authorAljaidi, Mohammad-
dc.identifier.citationAlqasem, H. et al. (2024). Transmission Line Fault Detection Using Arduino and GSM. In: Khoury, R.E., Nasrallah, N. (eds) Intelligent Systems, Business, and Innovation Research. Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, vol 489. Springer, Cham.
dc.description.abstractThe power system is divided into three sections: Generation, Distribution and Transmission. Various types of faults occurred in this system that should be isolated. In this module we included the Arduino UNO, to drive the relay, a resistor, LCD display, moving switches to create fault. as per the programming of Arduino UNO when we create the fault across any line LCD displayed the output as,” Fault occurred in that particular line (i.e. R, Y, B) at the distance (1, 2, 3, and 4 km)”. The output which shows on the LCD display depends on where we create a fault and in which line. In this project, we represent a section of the 11-kV network in Tulkarm Governorate (Irtah Street), with an approximate length of 5 km.en_US
dc.publisherSpringer Natureen_US
dc.subjectTransmission line fault deterctionen_US
dc.titleTransmission Line Fault Detection Using Arduino and GSMen_US
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