GA-PID and Conventional-PID Based Analysis of PID controlled UPFC Stabilizer
Keywords:Genetic Algorithm, CPID- Conventional-PID, Maximum Overshoot, Proportional- Integral- Derivative, Stability, Settling Time.
In this paper, PID optimization (CPID) and Genetic Algorithm (GA) are used to tune the Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) controller to design a coordination stabilizer based on PID-UPFC. These two are often used to adjust the parameters of the PID controller. The proposed method is easy to implement and offers better stability. The proposed work is performed under MATLAB software. Basically, in this article, compare this CP-ID and GA-PID on the basis of waveform, settlement time and maximum overshoot. When the comparison is made, it is found that the performance of GA- PID is better than the performance of CPID. The GA-PID controller provides better stability, improved steady-state error, and the time required for the signal to rise, i.e. rise time, is also minimized. Simulation results show fast response from GA-PID controller.