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online transmission line monitoring using wireless embedded system.

Question asked by suraj raut in #Coffee Room on Jan 21, 2016
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suraj raut · Jan 21, 2016
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Project Abstract / Summary : Objectives of the Project:

A smart grid application in monitoring the condition of transmission line with wireless sensor networks. GSM (Global System for Mobile) technology is useful for indication messages. The proposed system is used to provide warnings before the damage caused by meteorological disasters to ensure the line security. In this system we monitor few parameters such that Sag, Wind speed and direction, Weight, temperature, Vibration.

Introduction :


In the smart grid system, power transmission is related to the security, so it is essential and important. In the domestic electric industry, the management of the transmission line is still in the stage of patrol on foot, which is a relatively initial state. So it is difficult to meet the increasing reliability requirements andthe need of smart grid’s development. High voltage transmission lines, especially for a long di
stance, often need to cross mountains. The whole line may be in different meteorological areas, which brings certain difficulties for the management of the line.

In recent years, the occurrences of severe weather become more frequent, which caused severe collapse of power towers and broken of the power lines. The research on the monitoring of the transmission lines is one of the directions for the smart grid technologies. The device is designed to offer the meteorological data, which can help to make forecast and alarm before the accident, so as to lessen the loss of the power grid. Therefore, a smart system for the meteorological monitoring of transmission line based on GSM system.

GSM technology was developed in order to overcome the shortcomings of the present system, such as the totally dependence on the limited co
verage of communication network, the single monitoring parameters and the poor extensibility, etc.

The research of the smart grid is important and necessary, and the research focuses are different indifferent countries. Because of the lack of uniform standards in the smart grid, most of the research of the transmission monitoring still remain in the theoretic step, and lags behind the practical application. Provide some approaches of measuring parameters. However, these approaches were complicate, bringing difficulties to install the devices. There were also difficulties in the signal acquisition and transmission. Besides, because of the bad extensibility, they were unable to meet with the comprehensive a nd unified collection requirements in the smart grid.[​IMG]

Why did you choose to work on this project topic : Advantages :
1. Reduce the maintenance cost.
2. Monitoring is effective its monitor over a distance.
3. Reduce the man power and time.
4. Exact identification of transmission line and tower.
5. System is helpful to prevent hazardous accidents.
6. prevents human and economical crises.
7. Low cost.
Future Scope :
The project is designed to send in an alert message as soon as there is a fault. In this model, we predict the place of fault using the distance from pole to pole.
In future we can have a GPS attached to it that would exactly send the location in terms of longitude and latitude

Project Highlights : In future we can have a GPS attached to it that would exactly send the location in terms of longitude and latitude
The project is designed to send in an alert message as soon as there is a fault. In this model, we predict the place of fault using the distance from pole to pole.
It is useful for all human beings.


Project Category : Electrical / Electronics / Communication
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Institute/College Name: textile engineering institute Ichalkaranji.
City: Ichalkaranji
State: Maharashtra
Participating Team From: Final Year Posted in: #Coffee Room

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