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contributor.authorMishra, S-
contributor.authorDash, P K-
contributor.authorPanda, G-
identifier.citationIEE Proceedings-Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Vol 147, Iss 1, P 15-22en
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description.abstractThe unified power flow controller is one of the most versatile flexible AC transmission system devices, which can be used to control the active and reactive power flows in a transmission line by injecting a variable voltage in series and reactive current in shunt. The application of Takagi-Sugeno type fuzzy logic controllers for UPFC voltage source inverter control in a multi-machine power system environment is proposed. This type of fuzzy controller provides a wide range of control gain variation by including both linear and nonlinear terms in the consequent part of the fuzzy rule base. The TS fuzzy controllers are quite general in that they use arbitrary input fuzzy sets, any type of fuzzy logic, and the general defuzzifier. Several computer simulation tests on a multi-machine power system indicate the significant damping performance of this new TS fuzzy controller for the UPFCen
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subjectflexible AC transmission systemsen
subjectfuzzy controlen
subjectload flow controlen
subjectpower system controlen
titleTS-fuzzy controller for UPFC in a multimachine power systemen
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