Using AI-driven Health Indexing strategy to analyse a Generator Step Up (GSU) Transformer
- Nov 26, 2021 5:56 pm GMT
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A utility experiences recurring faults in generator step-Up (GSU) transformer .
The condition monitoring data was uploaded in to an AI based cloud tool to quickly obtain a numerical score called transformer health .
Based on data an instantaneous health index and corresponding trend was obtained for the given asset.
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