Research on Positioning System of Coal Mine High Voltage Grid Failure Points
The structure of coal mine high voltage grid is complex, once a failure happens, it will be difficult to find out where the failure point is. To solve this problem, we propose a positioning system of grid failure points based on wireless sensor network. The practical result shows that this kind of positioning system provides a reliable guarantee for the coal mine production safety and has a great economic and social benefit. The project has widespread applicability in the coal mine and a good application value.
Keywordsgraph theory wireless sensor network High voltage grid
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