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A Study on Intelligent Technique for Correlation Application of Overcurrent and Leakage Current Signals in the Indoor Wiring
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A Study on Intelligent Technique for Correlation Application of Overcurrent and Leakage Current Signals in the Indoor Wiring
Kim, Doo-Hyun; Kim, Eun-Jin; Kim, Sung-Chul;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to study the correlation application that electrical fire causes occurs for overcurrent and leakage current signals in the indoor wiring. In the order to purpose, the causes data of overcurrent, or leakage current of electrical fire are drawn out referring to past studies, consulting with experts and experimental data. The correlation application was then applied with fuzzy logic of intelligent technique. To check the reliability and performance of the correlation application, modified center of area(CoA) was adopted to calculate the possibility that electrical fire occurs, whose value was then compared to the results. The chance of electrical fire calculated is higher when two causes of fire are put into the CoA of the correlation application of this paper than that of when each cause is separately put into the CoA. The correlation application developed in this study enables better analysis on possible electrical fire due to overcurrent, or leakage current and provides managers with the possibility of electrical fire so that they can better manage at a time of overcurrent, or leakage current.
 Keywords
overcurrent;leakage current;fuzzy logic;electrical fire;correlation application;indoor wiring;
 Language
Korean
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