Electric Power Applications of Fuzzy Systems. IEEE Press Series on Power Engineering

  • ID: 2178171
  • Book
  • 376 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Electrical Engineering Electric Power Applications of Fuzzy Systems Let world–renowned electrical engineers introduce you to the latest developments in the application of one of the fastest growing artificial intelligence techniques for power systems fuzzy system theory. Compiled and edited by well–known power systems educator Mohamed E. El–Hawary, Electric Power Applications of Fuzzy Systems assembles a distinguished panel of highly regarded experts to bring you original, up–to–date coverage of the applications of fuzzy systems. This volume presents theoretical background material from a practical point of view and then explores a number of applications of fuzzy systems. Each chapter features an informative introduction. Look for succinct, practical discussions on:
  • Fuzzy sets
  • Fuzzy controllers
  • Fuzzy perspectives on power system reliability, condition monitoring, and diagnostics
  • Ground–breaking chapter on applications in operational planning
  • Up–to–the–minute chapter on fuzzy applications in deregulated environment
Electric Power Applications of Fuzzy Systems will help you understand how the application of fuzzy theory in power systems is revolutionizing the way we look at many areas of practice. It is essential for power system engineers who want to launch into real–world applications of this increasingly popular technique.
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List of Contributors.

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

Introduction (M. El–Hawary).

Fuzzy Systems: An Engineering Point of View (M. El–Hawary).

Fuzzy Information Approaches to Equipment Condition Monitoring and Diagnosis (K. Tomsovic & B. Baer).

Detection and Localization of Shorted Turns in the DC Field Winding of Turbine–Generator Rotors Using Novelty Detection and Fuzzified Neural Networks (M. El–Sharkawi, et al).

Fuzzy Logic Controller as a Power System Stabilizer (O. Malik & K. El–Metwally).

Fuzzy Logic Power System Stabilizer Using Polar Information (T. Hiyama).

Fuzzy Logic Switching of FACTS Devices (T. Hiyama).

Effects of Uncertain Load on Power Network Modeling (C. Lu & R. Leou).

A Fuzzy Perspective of Power System Reliability (V. Miranda).

Operation Support Expert System for Startup Schedule Optimization in Fossil Power Plants (H. Matsumoto).

Fuzzy Systems Approach to Short–Term Power Purchases Considering Uncertain Prices (S. Shahidehpour & R. Ferrero).

Index.

About the Editor.
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About the Editor Mohamed E. El–Hawary has been Professor and Associate Dean of Engineering at DalTech of Dalhousie University (formerly the Technical University of Nova Scotia) since 1981. He has written more than 150 technical papers, mainly in power system engineering, and is an author of three textbooks: Power Systems Analysis, Principles of Electric Machines, and Control System Engineering. He is also coauthor of two research monographs on economic operations of power systems. Dr. El–Hawary chairs the IEEE Power Engineering Society Operating Economics Subcommittee, Life Long Learning Subcommittee, and Awards and Recognitions of the System Operations and Dynamic Performance Committee. He is associate editor of Electric Machines and Power Systems and the International Journal of Electric Energy and Power Systems. Dr. El–Hawary is also a member of the Board of IEEE Press and IEEE Awards Board and serves as editor of the IEEE Press Understanding Science and Technology Series.
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