Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Engineering, Infrastructure and Development, ICO-SEID 2022, 23-24 November 2022, Jakarta, Indonesia

Research Article

Implementation of Fuzzy Logic Control on Automatic Voltage Regulator for 3 Phase Synchronous Generator

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.23-11-2022.2341579,
        author={Abdul Muis Prasetia and Linda  Sartika and Ryan  Alfian},
        title={Implementation of Fuzzy Logic Control on Automatic Voltage Regulator for 3 Phase Synchronous Generator },
        proceedings={Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Engineering, Infrastructure and Development, ICO-SEID 2022, 23-24 November 2022, Jakarta, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={ICO-SEID},
        year={2023},
        month={12},
        keywords={auto voltage regulator fuzzy logic control synchronous generator excitation electrical energy},
        doi={10.4108/eai.23-11-2022.2341579}
    }
    
  • Abdul Muis Prasetia
    Linda Sartika
    Ryan Alfian
    Year: 2023
    Implementation of Fuzzy Logic Control on Automatic Voltage Regulator for 3 Phase Synchronous Generator
    ICO-SEID
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.23-11-2022.2341579
Abdul Muis Prasetia1,*, Linda Sartika1, Ryan Alfian1
  • 1: Department of Electrical Engineering, Borneo Tarakan University, No.1 Amal Lama Street, Tarakan, Indonesia 77123
*Contact email: prasetia.electric@gmail.com

Abstract

The ever-changing use of electrical energy can affect the generator terminal voltage, this condition can result in a decrease in the reliability of the generator system. To maintain the reliability of the generator system, it is necessary to install a device capable of regulating the size of the terminal voltage or commonly called an auto voltage regulator (AVR). In this research, an AVR with Fuzzy Logic Control (FLC) method has been created which is able to regulate the generator terminal voltage. The results showed that the generator response with a 220V reference has a delay time = 0.45 s, rise time = 0.72 s, settling time = 1.15 s with a very small steady state error. AVR is able to improve the terminal voltage within ± 8 s when the generator is given a resistive load, and ± 6 s when the generator is given an inductive and capacitive load