Energy Monitoring and Analysis for 3 phase systems

D, Hemanth Kumar and Sharma, G V V (2018) Energy Monitoring and Analysis for 3 phase systems. Masters thesis, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad.

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Nearly 26% of energy consumption in India is from commercial buildings. Also, as per US energy information agency, commercial building energy consumption is growing at 2.7% rate every year in India. Because of not having proper energy monitoring systems, most of the energy consumption in buildings is going into waste. In this regards this thesis presents a solution for building energy monitoring and analysis on the data obtained from the 3 phase energy monitoring. The data for energy monitoring is obtained using Multi Functional Meter, which measures electrical qualities like voltage,current,powers etc. The meter supports RS 485 communication, which is used to collected the data from the meter. First, by monitoring the collected data, sending an alert mail to the respective employee to avoid the overloading of power cables is presented. Secondly, data analysis on the obtained data are presented. In the analysis of the data some factors like load factor, Unbalance factor, rise time, high load duration period are calculated from the obtained load curve. These parameters will help the building operator or manager in proper utilization of the energy consumption of a commercial building. Thirdly, interfacing multi functional meter with arduino is proposed in order to get full control over the meter. For validation the proposed solution is applied to a commercial IITH building and the results are presented.

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Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: Electrical Engineering
Divisions: Department of Electrical Engineering
Depositing User: Team Library
Date Deposited: 27 Jun 2018 11:10
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