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    Title: 應用螢火蟲演算法於地下電纜被覆損失之改善
    Authors: 黃世杰;楊叔軒;蘇偉府;劉憲宗;林鵬遠
    Contributor: 電機工程系
    Keywords: 地下電纜;被覆循環電流;螢火蟲演算法
    underground cable;sheath circulating current;firefly algorithm
    Date: 2010-12-03
    Issue Date: 2010-12-16 14:37:36 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 台南縣:崑山科技大學
    Abstract: 目前地下電纜系統多採交錯接地方式,當電纜區間皆等長時,被覆循環電流之產生量有限,惟於實際鋪設實務上並無法完全等長,故其所造成之損失即需審慎考量。因此本文之研究主旨即在於提出應用螢火蟲演算法,以協助地下電纜系統之補償電感安置,期以改善因長度或排列方式不同所造成電纜被覆損失過大之問題。至為驗證本文所提方法之應用價值,文中利用兩條線路系統進行測試,其測試結果應有助於佐證螢火蟲演算法於地下電纜被覆循環電流改善應用之研發可行性。
    The cross-bonding is often adopted for underground cable grounding. When the section length is mutually equal, there exists only a limited amount of sheath circulating current; yet considering such section length in real-world underground cables constructions seldom reaches even, sheath loss reduction hence becomes an issue to further investigate. In this paper, a firefly algorithm is applied to determine the quantity of reactor, by which the sheath loss is expected to be improved. To confirm the practical value of this proposed approach, it was tested through two transmission lines. From the results gained from tests, they support the feasibility of the proposed method for the study considered.
    Relation: 第31屆電力工程研討會
    Appears in Collections:[電機工程系所 ] 2010第卅一屆電力工程研討會

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