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A Review on the Application of the Time Reversal Theory to Wire Network and Power System Diagnosis

Moussa Kafal 1 Reza Razzaghi 2 Andréa Cozza 3 Fabrice Auzanneau 4 Wafa Ben Hassen 1 
1 LFIC - Laboratoire Fiabilité et Intégration de Capteurs
DM2I - Département Métrologie Instrumentation & Information : DRT/LIST/DM2I
4 LFSE - Laboratoire de Fiabilisation des Systèmes Embarqués
LIST (CEA) - Laboratoire d'Intégration des Systèmes et des Technologies : DRT/LIST
Abstract : Transmission lines are the backbone structures of electrical systems. They play a primary role in energy and signal distribution where their reliable functioning is of critical importance. The fault location problem has been thoroughly studied due to the importance of safety and reliability aspects. Among various methods, time reversal (TR), which is an adaptive focusing technique employed to focus waves in space and time, has been lately applied with success to transmission line fault diagnosis. Its unprecedented performance has been demonstrated for precisely locating soft and hard faults in simple and complex topologies in both power and communication networks. This paper provides an overview of the state of the art TR techniques and their applications in communication and power networks.
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Moussa Kafal, Reza Razzaghi, Andréa Cozza, Fabrice Auzanneau, Wafa Ben Hassen. A Review on the Application of the Time Reversal Theory to Wire Network and Power System Diagnosis. IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference (I2MTC 2019), May 2019, Auckland, New Zealand. pp.9781538634608, ⟨10.1109/I2MTC.2019.8826822⟩. ⟨hal-02119867⟩



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