ANFIS Based Adaptive Gliding Mode Control of a Detached Single-Phase Micro grid

ANFIS Based Adaptive Gliding Mode Control of a Detached Single-Phase Micro grid

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  • J SARAVANAN 1, SELVARAJ SIVASAKTHI.S2
  • SUBMITTED

  • 2020
  • PUBLISHED MONTH

  • September-October
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  • Review
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    This paperpresents an ANFIS based adaptive sliding mode control (ASMC)
    of a standalone single phase micro grid system. The proposed micro grid system
    integrates a micro-hydro turbine driven single-phase two winding self- excited
    induction generator (SEIG) with a wind driven permanent magnet brushless DC
    (PMBLDC) generator, solar photo- voltaic (PV) array and a battery energy storage
    system (BESS). These renewable energy sources are integrated using a single-phase
    voltage source converter (VSC). The ASMC based control algorithm is used to
    estimate the reference source current which controls the single-phase VSC and
    regulates the voltage and frequency of the microgrid in addition to harmonics current
    mitigation. The adaptive sliding mode control with ANFIS is used to maintain the
    energy balance among wind, micro-hydro, solar PV power and BESS, which controls
    the frequency of standalone microgrid. Simulation results from MATLAB/SIMULINK
    of the proposed microgrid shows that the grid voltage and frequency are maintained
    constant while the system is following various changes in dynamic state such as
    sudden change in wind speed, changes in solar insolation level and changes in loads.
    Index terms—Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy interface System, Battery Energy Storage
    System(BESS), Renewable Energy Sources, single-phase SEIG.
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    ANFIS Based Adaptive Gliding Mode Control of a Detached Single-Phase Micro grid