Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring Based on Novel Transient Signal in Household Appliances with Low Sampling Rate
AbstractNowadays climate change problems have been more and more concerns and urgent in the real world. Especially, the energy power consumption monitoring is a considerate trend having positive effects in decreasing affecting climate change. Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) is the best economic solution to solve the electrical consumption monitoring issue. NILM captures the electrical signals from the aggregate energy consumption, feature extraction from these signals and then learning and predicting the switch ON/OFF of appliances used these feature extracted. This paper proposed a NILM framework including data acquisition, data feature extraction, and classification model. The main contribution is to develop a new transient signal in a different aspect. The proposed transient signal is extracted from the active power signal in the low-frequency sampling rate. This transient signal is used to detect the event of household appliances. In household appliances event detection, we applied to Decision Tree and Long Short-Time Memory (LSTM) models. The average accuracies of these models achieved 92.64% and 96.85%, respectively. The computational and result experiments present the solution effectiveness for the accurate transient signal extraction in the electrical input signals.
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Le, T.-T.-H.; Kim, H. Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring Based on Novel Transient Signal in Household Appliances with Low Sampling Rate. Energies 2018, 11, 3409.
Le T-T-H, Kim H. Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring Based on Novel Transient Signal in Household Appliances with Low Sampling Rate. Energies. 2018; 11(12):3409.Chicago/Turabian Style
Le, Thi-Thu-Huong; Kim, Howon. 2018. "Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring Based on Novel Transient Signal in Household Appliances with Low Sampling Rate." Energies 11, no. 12: 3409.
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