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Volume 83, 2016CSNDD 2016 - International Conference on Structural Nonlinear Dynamics and Diagnosis
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An adaptive control for a variable speed wind turbine using RBF neural network
1 Faculty of Sciences, Department of Physics, 93030 Tetouan, Morocco
2 National School of Applied Sciences, Department TITM, 93030 Tetouan, Morocco
In this work, a controller based on Radial Basis Functions (RBF) for network adaptation is considered. The adaptive Neural Network (NN) control approximates the nonlinear dynamics of the wind turbine based on input/output measurement and ensures smooth tracking of optimal tip speed-ratio at different wind speeds. The wind turbine system and this controller were modeled and a program to integrate the obtained coupled equations was developed under Matlab/Simulink software package. Then, performance of the controller was studied numerically. The proposed controller was found to effectively improve the control performance against large uncertainty of the wind turbine system. comparison with nonlinear dynamic State feedback control with Kalman filter controller was performed, and the obtained results have demonstrated the relevance of this RBFNN based controller.
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