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Fuzzy Logic Control in Energy Systems: With design examples in MATLAB/Simulink

Fuzzy Logic Control in Energy Systems, 2nd Edition

With design examples in Matlab®/Simulink®  

by İsmail Hakkı Altaş

Fuzzy models have the capability of recognising, representing, and working with data that is vague or lacks certainty, making them suitable for managing electrical energy systems involving intermittent distributed generation and varying distributed loads.

The second edition of Fuzzy Logic Control in Energy Systems has been revised and updated with new topics including shade and integration issues in PV, microgrids, cybersecurity in power systems, and day-ahead estimation of sun and wind data. Starting with a review of fuzzy logic, chapters cover fuzzy sets and partitioning, fuzzy decision making, fuzzy logic controllers (FLC), and system modelling and control. The application of FLC in power systems, wind energy, PV energy systems and microgrids is then explored.

Several examples of fuzzy logic control and management are discussed including DC motor control, multi area load-frequency control, and wind and PV energy management. The book presents a fuzzy logic controller design in Matlab-Simulink enabling the reader to study every step and to develop their own fuzzy processor library and toolbox.

Providing thorough and logical coverage of fuzzy logic control and its use in energy systems, this book provides valuable insights for researchers and practicing engineers involved with power system design and control, grid operators, PV and wind turbine manufacturers, as well as advanced students in EE.

About the Author

İsmail Hakkı Altaş is a professor at the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of Karadeniz Technical University, Türkiye. He obtained his PhD degree from the University of New Brunswick, Canada. He is a member of IEEE Power Engineering, Industrial Electronics, Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Control Systems, and Computational Intelligence Societies. His research interests include intelligent control of power systems and utilization of renewable energy.

Item Subjects:
Energy Engineering

Publication Year: 2024

Pages: 597

ISBN-13: 978-1-83953-882-7

Format: HBK

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