A Terminal-Sliding-Mode-Based Frequency Regulation
In this paper, a terminal reaching law based sliding mode control (SMC) method for load frequency control (LFC) is investigated in interconnected power systems in the presence of wind turbines and generation rate constraint (GRC). Neural networks are adopted to compensate the entire uncertainties. Simulation results show the validity and robustness of the presented method.
Keywordsload frequency control terminal reaching law neural network
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