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Optimizing the Power Flow in Interconnected Systems Using Hybrid Flower Pollination Algorithm

Author(s): Megha Khatri*, Pankaj Dahiya, Amrish and Anita Choudhary

Pp: 42-50 (9)

DOI: 10.2174/9781681089010121010008


To standardize the active power flow in the interlinked power systems, the controller must be crafted in such a way that it would improve the system's stability. With this objective, the paper is dedicated to the hybrid flower pollination algorithm: a metaheuristic optimization algorithm (hFPA) applicable to optimize the parameters of the PI and PID structure-controller incorporated in the two-area power systems. The projected algorithm is compared with the articles published where the PI and PID controller structure parameters upgraded with hFPA are compared with the enhanced strength Pareto differential evolution and grey wolf optimization algorithms to demonstrate its robustness for a vast span of system parameters and varying load situations. The superiority of the technique has been presented in respect of peak undershoot, settling time, peak overshoot, tie-line power, frequency divergence, etc.

Keywords: Automatic generation control , Hybrid flower pollination algorithm , PI controller , PID controller .

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