Fuzzy logic controlled microturbine generation system for distributed generation

Sanjeev K. Nayak, D. N. Gaonkar, R. Shivarudraswamy

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The microturbine based Distributed Generation (DG) system are becoming the popular source of power industries due to their fuel flexibility, reliability and power quality. The microturbine generation (MTG) system is a complicated thermodynamic electromechanical system with a high speed of rotation, frequency conversion and its control strategy. In spite of several techniques to control high speed of microturbine is not accurate and reliable due to their anti-interference problem. To resolve the anti-interfacing problem, this paper investigates the fuzzy logic based speed governor for a MTG system as an alternative to nominal PI or lead-lag based controller. The development of fuzzy logic based speed governor includes input and output membership function with their respective members. The load variation on MTG system is performed using conventional and fuzzy logic controller, implemented in Matlab/simulink and results are compared with each other. The simulation result shows that, the performance improvement of fuzzy logic governor over a nominal governor based MTG system.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1213-1219
Number of pages7
JournalEnergy Procedia
Volume14
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Governors
Distributed power generation
Fuzzy logic
Controllers
Membership functions
Power quality
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Thermodynamics
Industry

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