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Journal of Signal Processing Systems

, Volume 86, Issue 2–3, pp 221–236 | Cite as

An Integrated Data Preprocessing Framework Based on Apache Spark for Fault Diagnosis of Power Grid Equipment

  • Weiwei Shi
  • Yongxin Zhu
  • Tian Huang
  • Gehao Sheng
  • Yong Lian
  • Guoxing Wang
  • Yufeng Chen
Article

Abstract

Big data techniques have been applied to power grid for the prediction and evaluation of grid conditions. However, the raw data quality can rarely meet the requirement of precise data analytics since raw data set usually contains samples with missing data to which the common data mining models are sensitive. Besides, the raw training data from a single monitoring system, e.g. dissolved gas analysis (DGA), are rarely sufficient for training in the form of valid instances since raw data set usually contains samples with noisy data. Though classic methods like neural network can be used to fill the gaps of missing data and classify the fault type, their models often fail to fit the rules of power grid conditions. This paper presents an integrated data preprocessing framework (DPF) based on Apache Spark to improve the prediction accuracy for data sets with missing data points and classification accuracy with noise data as well as to meet the big data requirement, which mainly combines missing data prediction, data fusion, data cleansing and fault type classification. First, the prediction model is trained based on the linear regression (LinR). Afterwards, we propose an optimized linear method (OLR) to improve the prediction accuracy. Then, to better utilize the strong correlation among different data sources, new data features extracted by persons correlation coefficient (PCC) are fused into a training data set. Next, principal component analysis (PCA) is taken to reduce the side effect brought by the new feature as well as retaining significant information for classification. Finally, the classification model based on logistic regression (LogR) and support vector machine (SVM) is trained to classify the fault type of electric equipment. We test the DPF framework on missing data prediction and fault type classification of power transformers in power grid system. The experimental results show that the predictors based on the proposed framework achieve lower mean square error and the classifiers obtain higher accuracy than traditional ones. Besides, the training time required for training large-scale data shows a decreasing trend. Therefore, the data preprocessing framework DPF would be a good candidate to predict the missing data and classify the fault type in power grid system.

Keywords

Big data Apache spark Framework Missing data prediction Fault diagnose 

Notes

Acknowledgments

This paper is sponsored in part by the National High Technology and Research Development Program of China (863 Program, 2015AA050204), State Grid Science and Technology Project (520626140020, 14H100000552, SGCQDK00PJJS1400020), State Grid Corporation of China, the National Research Foundation Singapore under its Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise (CREATE) program, and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No.61373032).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Electronic Information and Electrical EngineeringShanghai Jiao Tong UniversityShanghaiChina
  2. 2.Electric Power Research Institute of Shandong Power Supply Company of State GridShandongChina

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