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Chennai and Chidambaram. IEEE and Non IEEE based Projects For
Final year students of B.E in EEE, ECE, EIE, Mech, Automobile,
Mechatronics ,
M.E (Power Systems) , M.E (Applied Electronics) , M.E (Power
Electronics) , M.E (VLSI Design), M.E ( Control Systems )
M.E ( Process Control ) .
Ph.D Electrical and Electronics, Power Systems , Power
Electronics. Students can assemble their hardware in our Research
labs. Experts will be guiding the projects
Deregulated Systems, Wind power Generation and Grid
connection, Profit based Unit commitment, Economic dispatch,
Using AI methods for Voltage stability FLC Control, Transformer
Fault Identifications, SCADA in Power system Automation, FireFly
Algorithm, PSO and QPSO , Genetic Algorithm, Fuzzy logic,
Artifical Neural networks, PSCAD for Power systems.
POWER ELECTRONIC PROJECTS
Three phase inverter and converters, Buck Boost Converter
Matrix Converter, Inverter and converter topologies, Fuzzy based
control of Electric Drives, Optimal design of Electrical Machines,
BLDC and SR motor Drives.

POWER SYSTEMS PROJECTS

We provide you with
Confirmation letter, Project Estimation, Completion Certificate
Abstracts Block Diagram, Circuit Diagram of the project
Supporting documents- notes
Datasheets, Reference Papers
Software tools and Real time support.
Online Classes for Master degree and PhD Projects
Journal Publication for researchers in Power systems and Power electronics
Short term and Online courses
C and C++, Embedded C,
MicroController 8051,PIC 16F877
ARM 7 and ARM 9 Processors
MATLAB Fundamental, MATLAB Simpower Systems,
MATLAB Control systems
MATLAB Fuzzy Toolbox
MATLAB GA , ANN Toolbox
Engineering MATHS MI, MII and MIII

ABSTRACT

A novel fuzzy logic controller based on T-S model is
proposed for automatic generation control (AGC)
system after
deregulation. Since the AGC system is now exposed to
sudden,
larger changes introduced by deregulation policy, the
nonlinearity must be concerned. In this paper, the
generation
rate constraint (GRC) is firstly constructed in T-S
model to
design the fuzzy logic controller, while the valve
position limits on
the governor are under consideration as well
INTRODUCTION
The successful operation of interconnected
power systems
requires the matching of total generation
with total load
demand and associated system losses[1].
AGC system is
employed to compensate the deviation in
frequency and power
exchanges on the tie-line. These two
variations are combined
together linearly as a single variation called
ACE,
OBJECTIVE
General two area system
Different controllers
1. Proportional Integral controller,
2. Proportional Integrator
3. Derivative controller,
4. Fuzzy controller and the
5. Performance of the system

EFFECTS OF CHANGE IN FREQUENCY IN
THE POWER SYSTEM
Synchronous machines
Speed of AC motors
AC drives
Electric clocks
Turbines Power transformer
Load demand.
The frequency is closely related to
the real power balance in the overall
network


TYPES OF CONTROLLERS USED

Proportional Integral Controller (PI)
Proportional Integral And Derivative
Controller (PID)
Fuzzy Controller
CONCLUSIONS
A T-S model based fuzzy logic
controller has been
employed in a two-area AGC system.
GRC is firstly
constructed in T-S model, and the
valve position limits is
considered as well. Simulation result
and comparison study
demonstrated the effectiveness of the
controller
SIMULATION USING
MATLAB
The SIMULINK environment has the
advantage that models are entered as
block diagrams with an intuitive graphical
interface. Model parameters are entered in
menus and can be changed interactively
during a simulation.
Simulation results can be viewed during
the simulation and then exported to the
MATLAB workspace for subsequent off-line
analysis.
REFERENCES

[ 1 ] B.S.Manke, Linear Control System, Khanna publishers,
seventh edition, 2004, pp.141-151. A T-S model based fuzzy logic
controller has been
employed in a two-area AGC system. GRC is firstly
constructed in T-S model, and the valve position limits is
considered as well. Simulation result and comparison study
demonstrated the effectiveness of the controller

[ 2 ]I.J.Nagrath and D.P.Kothari, Power System Engineering, Tata
McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited, 1994Edition, pp339-
375.

[ 3 ] Hadi Saadat, Power System Analysis, Tata McGraw-Hill
Publishing Company Limited, 2002 Edition, pp527-576.

[ 4 ] I.J.Nagrath and M.Gopal, Control System Engineering, Wiley
Eastern Limited, second edition, pp. 154-157.

[ 7 ] E.Yesel, M.Guzelkaya and I.Eksin, Self-tuning fuzzy
PID type load and frequency controller, Energy Conversion
and Management 45(2004), pp.377-390.

[ 8 ] Ertugrul Cam and Ilhan Kocaarslan, A Fuzzy gain
scheduling PI controller application for an interconnected
Electrical power system, Electrical power Systems
Research 73(2005), pp.267-274.

[ 9 ] G.A.Chown.and R.C.Hartman, Design and Experience
with a Fuzzy Logic Controller for Automatic Generation
Control (AGC), IEEE transactions on power, systems vol.13
no.3, 1998,pp.965-970.

[ 10 ] Eric Allen, Neils LaWhite Yong Yoon, Jeffrey Chapman
and Marija Ilic, Interactive Object-Oriented Simulation of
Interconnected Power System Using SIMULINK, IEEE
transactions on education, Vol. 44 no.1 February
1998,pp.87-95.

[ 11 ] C.L. Wadhwa, Electrical Power System, New Age
International Ltd, Third Edition,2000 pp691-693