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Multifunctional PID Neuro-Controller for Synchronous Generator

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This paper deals with a PID Neuro-Controller (PIDNC) for synchronous generator system. The controller is based on artificial neural network and adaptive control strategy. It ensures two functions: maintaining the generator voltage at its desired value and damping electromechanical oscillations. The performance of the proposed controller is evaluated on the basis of simulation tests. A comparative study of the results obtained with PIDNC and those with conventional PID was performed.

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International Journal of Engineering and Technologies (Volume 9)
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1-4
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H. Tiliouine, "Multifunctional PID Neuro-Controller for Synchronous Generator", International Journal of Engineering and Technologies, Vol. 9, pp. 1-4, 2016
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December 2016
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