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Application of Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Reactive Power/Voltage Control of Power System

Gehao Sheng, Guangyu Tu, Yi Luo

Abstract


As one of the important constituents of power system automation, reactive power/voltage control possesses inherent characteristics of complexity, nonlinearity, inaccuracy and high requirement for control speed, parts of which are hard to be described by the traditional mathematical models or to be realized by routine control methods. The artificial intelligence (AI) techniques have intelligence feature which traditional method does not bear, so special attentions are paid to the application of AI techniques in reactive voltage control and a lot of results in this field are obtained. In this paper the main results and methods of applying the AI techniques, such as Expert System (ES), Artificial Neural Network (ANN), Fuzzy Theory (FT), Genetic Algorithm (GA) and Multi-Agent System (MAS), etc., to reactive voltage control in power systems are summarized, the respective application features of these techniques are analyzed and compared and some problems to be solved are pointed out.


Keywords


Artificial intelligence (AI); Reactive power; Voltage control; Power system

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/esta.v1i1.12

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