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Load Frequency Control Using Classical Controller in An Isolated Single Area and Two Area Reheat Thermal Power System

@inproceedings{Das2012LoadFC,
  title={Load Frequency Control Using Classical Controller in An Isolated Single Area and Two Area Reheat Thermal Power System},
  author={Kallol Das and Priyanath Das and Sharmistha Sharma},
  year={2012}
}
In this paper, Load Frequency Control (LFC) of isolated single area and two-area re-heat inter-connected thermal power system has been carried out by the classical controllers i.e. I, PI and PID; and implemented on the system at 1% step load perturbation under nominal loading conditions. The system responses have been simulated in MATLAB R2010a. Responses of deviation in frequencies, deviation in tie-line power and choosing the optimum controller (i.e. better among I, PI & PID controllers) gain… 
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