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Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : Taylor & Francis
Source : Electric Power Components and Systems – Taylor & Francis, Vol.42, No. 9, pp.927-934, 28th May 2014.
Campus : Coimbatore
School : School of Engineering
Department : Electrical and Electronics
Verified : Yes
Year : 2014
Abstract : pAbstractThis article describes the load frequency control of a multi-area system. Each control area contains both a hydro and thermal power plant to form a multi-source multi-area hydro thermal system. The secondary proportional-integral controller has been tuned using Ziegler–Nichols, genetic algorithm, and fuzzy gain scheduling methods. On comparing the controller performance based on various performance indices, it is found that a fuzzy gain scheduling tuned proportional-integral controller is suitable for a multi-source multi-area hydro thermal system. Further improvement on the load frequency dynamics has been achieved by connecting superconducting magnetic energy storage unit in each control area and a static synchronous series compensator unit on a tie-line./p
Cite this Research Publication : Vijaya Chandrakala, Balamurugan Sukumar and Krishnamoorthy Sankaranarayanan, “Load Frequency Control of Multi - Source Multi- Area Hydro Thermal System using Flexible Alternating Current Transmission System Devices”, Electric Power Components and Systems – Taylor & Francis, Vol.42, No. 9, pp.927-934, 28th May 2014.