TY - JFULL
AU - Raja Singh Khela and R. K. Bansal and K. S. Sandhu and A. K. Goel
PY - 2007/4/
TI - Cascaded ANN for Evaluation of Frequency and Air-gap Voltage of Self-Excited Induction Generator
T2 - International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering
SP - 452
EP - 459
EM - rskhela @ rediffmail.com
VL - 1
SN - 1307-6892
UR - http://waset.org/publications/3479
PU - World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
NX - International Science Index 3, 2007
N2 - Self-Excited Induction Generator (SEIG) builds up voltage while it enters in its magnetic saturation region. Due to non-linear magnetic characteristics, the performance analysis of SEIG involves cumbersome mathematical computations. The dependence of air-gap voltage on saturated magnetizing reactance can only be established at rated frequency by conducting a laboratory test commonly known as synchronous run test. But, there is no laboratory method to determine saturated magnetizing reactance and air-gap voltage of SEIG at varying speed, terminal capacitance and other loading conditions. For overall analysis of SEIG, prior information of magnetizing reactance, generated frequency and air-gap voltage is essentially required. Thus, analytical methods are the only alternative to determine these variables. Non-existence of direct mathematical relationship of these variables for different terminal conditions has forced the researchers to evolve new computational techniques. Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) are very useful for solution of such complex problems, as they do not require any a priori information about the system. In this paper, an attempt is made to use cascaded neural networks to first determine the generated frequency and magnetizing reactance with varying terminal conditions and then air-gap voltage of SEIG. The results obtained from the ANN model are used to evaluate the overall performance of SEIG and are found to be in good agreement with experimental results. Hence, it is concluded that analysis of SEIG can be carried out effectively using ANNs.
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