Modelling and simulation of a variable speed stand-alone generator system

@inproceedings{Hu2000ModellingAS,
  title={Modelling and simulation of a variable speed stand-alone generator system},
  author={Yanting Hu and Marcian Cirstea and Martin McCormick and Lawrence Haydock},
  year={2000}
}
  • Yanting Hu, Marcian Cirstea, +1 author Lawrence Haydock
  • Published 2000
  • Engineering
  • Modelling and simulation studies for a diesel driven stand-alone power generating system are presented. A new control strategy for system operation, based on neural networks and fuzzy logic, is reported. Simulation has shown that the resulting controller provides high stability. The system has the advantages of being compact, reliable and cost effective. 

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