alexa A neural network regulator for turbogenerators
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Journal of Electrical & Electronic Systems

Author(s): QH Wu, BW Hogg, GW Irwin

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A neural network (NN) based regulator for nonlinear, multivariable turbogenerator control is presented. A hierarchical architecture of an NN is proposed for regulator design, consisting of two subnetworks which are used for input-output (I-O) mapping and control, respectively, based on the back-propagation (BP) algorithm. The regulator has the flexibility for accepting more sensory information to cater to multi-input, multioutput systems. Its operation does not require a reference model or inverse system model and it can produce more acceptable control signals than are obtained by using sign of plant errors during training I-O mapping of turbogenerator systems using NNs has been investigated and the regulator has been implemented on a complex turbogenerator system model. Simulation results show satisfactory control performance and illustrate the potential of the NN regulator in comparison with an existing adaptive controller.

This article was published in IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and referenced in Journal of Electrical & Electronic Systems

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