Indirect adaptive neurocontrol of a unified power flow controller
"This thesis presents the design of neurocontrollers (NCs) for the series and shunt branches control of the UPFC and the power system in a single machine infinite bus power system setup. The design of series and shunt continually online trained (COT) NCs are based on the indirect adaptive control scheme replacing the existing PI controllers in the series and the shunt branches of a UPFC. In addition, two other neural networks called neuroidentifiers (NIs) are designed to identify the hybrid conmplex nonlinear dynamics of the UPFC and the power system."--Abstract, page iii.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
xxi, 177 leaves
© 2003 Radha Padma Kalyani, All rights reserved.
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Neural networks (Computer science)
Flexible AC transmission systems
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Kalyani, Radha P., "Indirect adaptive neurocontrol of a unified power flow controller" (2003). Masters Theses. 2445.
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