Stability Analysis and Effect of CES on ANN Based AGC for Frequency Excursion

- Journal title : Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology
- Volume 5, Issue 4, 2010, pp.552-560
- Publisher : The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
- DOI : 10.5370/JEET.2010.5.4.552

Title & Authors

Stability Analysis and Effect of CES on ANN Based AGC for Frequency Excursion

Raja, J.; Rajan, C.Christober Asir;

Raja, J.; Rajan, C.Christober Asir;

Abstract

This paper presents an application of layered Artificial Neural Network controller to study load frequency control problem in power system. The objective of control scheme guarantees that steady state error of frequencies and inadvertent interchange of tie-lines are maintained in a given tolerance limitation. The proposed controller has been designed for a two-area interconnected power system. Only one artificial neural network controller (ANN), which controls the inputs of each area in the power system together, is considered. In this study, back propagation-through time algorithm is used as neural network learning rule. The performance of the power system is simulated by using conventional integral controller and ANN controller, separately. For the first time comparative study has been carried out between SMES and CES unit, all of the areas are included with SMES and CES unit separately. By comparing the results for both cases, the performance of ANN controller with CES unit is found to be better than conventional controllers with SMES, CES and ANN with SMES.

Keywords

Artificial Neural Network;Automatic Generation Control;Capacitive Energy Storage;Stability Analysis;Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage;

Language

English

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