Optimization of fuzzy controllers for a radial distribution network

Optimización de controladores fuzzy para una red de distribución

  • Helbert Eduardo Espitia Cuchango
  • Iván Machón González
  • Hilario López García
  • Domingo Guzmán Díaz González
Palabras clave: Control, Distribution, Energy, Fuzzy, Optimization (en_US)
Palabras clave: Control, Distribución, Energía, Difuso, Optimización (es_ES)

Resumen (en_US)

Energy distribution systems present alterations in the voltage profile in their nodes when distributed generation elements are installed. As a consequence, tension can be risen in a level beyond the admissible. This paper presents the optimization to three fuzzy controllers located in a distribution network with radial topology. The optimization of each controller is performed using the maximum descent algorithm, which is separately carried out; thus, having a distributed approach. The interaction between generators is considered to perform this process; the results show that the adjustment of the controllers is achieved

Resumen (es_ES)

Los sistemas de distribución de energía presentan alteraciones en el perfil de tensiones de sus nodos cuando se instalan elementos de generación distribuida, haciendo que en algunos nodos se eleve la tensión, la cual puede llegar a estar por encima de lo admisible. En este documento, se propone la optimización de tres controladores difusos para generadores distribuidos localizados en una red de energía. La optimización de cada controlador se lleva a cabo mediante el algoritmo de máximo descenso, que se utiliza por separado, teniendo así un enfoque distribuido. Para realizar este proceso se considera la interacción entre los generadores, cuyos resultados muestran que se logra el ajuste de los controladores

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Cómo citar
Espitia Cuchango, H., Machón González, I., López García, H., & Díaz González, D. (2019). Optimización de controladores fuzzy para una red de distribución. Visión Electrónica, 13(1). https://doi.org/10.14483/22484728.14681
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Publicado: 2019-02-05
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