TRANSIENT ANALYSIS OF AN INTERCONNECTED POWER SYSTEM INCORPORATING SMES ALONG WITH ELECTRIC VEHICLE UTILIZING OPTIMIZED CONTROLLER TUNING
S SATHEESH KUMAR K.GNANAMBAL
In present power scenario, the generation of electrical power has been increasing day by day, in order to meet out the power demand of the end users. The main objective of the power sector is to provide reliable power with reduced losses and external load disturbances. Load frequency controller gains importance in mitigating the frequency deviation and tie power flow variations within stipulated time. The Proposed paper deals with development of FOPID controller to improve the System Performance of Interconnected Power System Network. An attempt is made in paper wherein the performance of FOPID controller is validated using the flower pollination Algorithm along with Differential Evolution and particle Swarm optimization technique applied to a large scale power system network .To escalate the performance of proposed controller, the system is being analyzed with implementation of super conducting magnetic energy storage device (SMES) and Electrical vehicle to study the impact of ancillary controllers in load frequency control. The objective function relies on reduction ITAE applied to three area power system network
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