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dc.contributor.authorNanda, J-
dc.contributor.authorKothari, M L-
dc.contributor.authorHari, L-
dc.identifier.citationTENCON '91, Computer, Communication and Control Systems, 1, 38 - 43p.en
dc.description.abstractThis paper deals with automatic generation control(AGC) of a two aera reheat thermal system with modified aera control error(ACEM) considering operation of the system in the continuous-mode and that of the controller in the discrete mode. ACM is the weighted sum of frequency deviation tie-power deviation and inadvertent interchange energy.Studies shows that the AGC strategy based on ACM provides constancy and frequency and tie-power flow,zero steady state error in inadvertent interchange energy and negligible error in time error accumulation in the steady state. Further the dynamics responses obtained with controllers based on ACM are close to the responce based on new area control error (ACEN-REF [2]but are much superior to the corresponding responces achieved with controllers based on conventional area control error.en
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dc.subjectautomatic generation controlen
dc.subjectreheat thermal systemen
dc.subjecttie-power devationen
dc.subjectzero steady stateen
dc.titleSampled data automatic generation control of a two area reheat thermal system with modified area control erroren
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