Lecture：One-Class Classifier Based Fault Detection in Distribution Systems with Distributed Energy Resources (By： Prof. & Dr. LiuQing Yang）
One-Class Classifier Based Fault Detection in Distribution Systems with Distributed Energy Resources (DERs)
Prof. & Dr. LiuQing Yang （IEEE Fellow）
June 28，2018 10:00-11:30AM
Electrical Science Building 电气科学楼，702 Lecture Hall学术报告厅， Electrical Engineering and New Energy College,
The integration of distributed energy resources (DERs) into distribution systems greatly increases the system complexity and introduces two-way power flow. Conventional protection schemes are based on local measurements and simple linear system models and cannot handle the new complexity and power flow pattern of systems with high DER penetration. Therefore, we propose a data-driven protection design framework to address the challenges induced by DERs. To address the issue of limited data availability under fault conditions, we adopt the support vector data description (SVDD) method, a commonly used one-class classifier, for distribution system fault detection. The proposed method is tested under the IEEE-13 and IEEE-123 node Test Feeders and the simulation results demonstrate that our proposed SVDD-based fault detection method is much more resilient to DERs in comparison with the conventional protection.
Speaker’s Short Bio:
Dr. Liuqing Yang received her Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, in 2004. She is presently a Professor with Colorado State University. Her general interests are in signal processing with applications to communications, networking and power systems – subjects on which she has published more than 286 journal and conference papers, 3 book chapters and 3 books.
Dr. Liuqing Yang became an IEEE Fellow in 2014.
She was the recipient of the ONR Young Investigator Program (YIP) award in 2007, and the NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award in 2009 the Best Dissertation Award in the Physical Sciences & Engineering from the University of Minnesota in 2004, the Best Paper Award at the IEEE ICUWB’06, ICCC’13, ITSC’14, Globecom’14, ICC’16, and WCSP’16.
She has served as an associate/senior editor for IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, IEEE Intelligent Systems, and PHYCOM: Physical Communication, as the Editor in Chief for IET Communications, and as program chair, track/symposium or TPC chair for many conferences.