ROLE OF DUAL INPUT FUZZY CONTROLLER FOR THE BETTER PRODUCTION OF REAL POWER IN WIND SYSTEM
industrial electrical power systems
As non-renewable resources such as coal and tar are not only on the verge of depletion but also environmentally damaging, the world is looking towards alternative sources of energy that are environmentally and economically sustainable. Wind energy production has been growing at a rapid rate and has a promising outlook. It has come to play a vital part in supplying future energy needs. The work reported in this paper is about implementing the power maximization control technique towards the rectifier side. In order to attain this, grid-connected PMSG based WECS is scrutinized with one input fuzzy logic controller and modified fuzzy logic controller. The main focus of the research is to boost the power produced by the fuzzy one input controller applied towards the side of rectifier in tracking the uttermost power, where the uttermost power produced at several speeds of the wind is relatively low. A novel modified fuzzy logic controller towards the side of rectifier is implemented to bring out the uttermost power produced at several speeds of wind turbine. The analysis carried out in this work will help in the surge of power production routine of the PMSG using modified fuzzy logic controller compared to fuzzy one input MPPT controller. The simulation results are obtained by MATLAB software.
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