An Efficient Hybrid Neuro-fuzzy Control Scheme of Synchronous Generator: A Case Study

Kaur, Gagandeep
January 2011
Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering 2011 Volume I;2011, p555
Conference Proceeding
This paper presents an efficient hybrid neuro-fuzzy control scheme for synchronous generator. The scheme proves to be beneficial as the control scheme targets for the better control of Synchronous generator when used along with other sub systems. The system is stabilize after t=0.13. The control parameter the performances indices of IAE are 4.755 for fuzzy and 7.242 for hybrid neuro fuzzy and for ITAE it is 0.3665 for fuzzy and 0.6035 for neuro fuzzy control scheme.


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