Reactive Power Compensation with Fuzzy Logic in Electrical Facilities IJTSRD
The inductive loads fed by the electrical installations are reflected as an additional load by pulling the reactive power from the mains. Inductive loads are an important and useful parameter in the formation of rotating field of motors, formation of magnetic field in transformers. However, it is a harmful parameter that decreases blackness in transmission and distribution lines. Therefore, in large-scale power plants, reactive power requirements are provided by compensator systems connected to the input terminals. Continuous control equipment and systems need to be developed to improve the continuity and efficiency of energy systems. In this study, reactive power compensation, fuzzy logic-controlled application was made. Thus, power factor correction, dynamic voltage control are provided, power transmission capacities of the transmission lines and losses caused by reactive power flow are minimized. However, the fact that this compensator system is not linear makes it difficult to mathematically model them by using system based control systems based on fuzzy logic theory. In this study, without a mathematical model of the system, a control process based on fuzzy logic applied to the result was realized by using the effective relationship between system output and input.
by Didem Altun “Reactive Power Compensation with Fuzzy Logic in Electrical Facilities”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019,
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