This work addresses the special requirements of Automatic Generation Control in Modern interconnected Power system. In order to track the system frequency and handling the power system stability issues many control strategies has been suggested by the researchers .A new Hybrid fuzzy approach is introduced here .Fuzzy Logic controller with Mamdani interface having five member ship functions is tested with the Thermal Thermal and hydro thermal system Further hybrid Fuzzy controller is also tested with the same system and results are compared for the both The system Which is having Hybrid Fuzzy concept and thereby the response of frequency and tie line power can be improved substantially following a load change in any area. Further dynamic responses for small perturbation have been observed, considering HFLC and integral controller and the results of both have been compared.
Prasad, U. and Panigrahi, C.K.
"Hybrid Fuzzy Load Frequency Controller for a Two Area Interconnected Power System,"
International Journal of Power System Operation and Energy Management: Vol. 1
, Article 10.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijpsoem/vol1/iss4/10