alexa Application of fuzzy logic for load frequency control of hydroelectrical power plants
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Engineering

Journal of Electrical & Electronic Systems

Author(s): Erturul am

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The quality of generated electricity in power systems is dependent on the system output, which has to be of constant frequency and must maintain the scheduled power and voltage. Therefore, load frequency control, LFC, is very important for power systems. However, the LFC problem in hydroelectrical power systems has received little attention by researchers so far. In this study, a conventional proportional integral (PI) controller and a fuzzy gain scheduled proportional integral (FGPI) controller have been compared for applying to a single area and a two area hydroelectric power plant, considering that Turkey has several hydro power sources. The comparison study indicated that the proposed FGPI controller has better performance than the conventional PI controller. The study results were compared by simulation.

This article was published in Energy Conversion and Management and referenced in Journal of Electrical & Electronic Systems

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