Load Frequency Control in Two Area Power System Using Sliding Mode Control

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In this article, the sliding mode control of frequency load control of power systems is studied. The study area
consists of a system of water and heat. First, a mathematical model of the proposed system disturbances is
made and then sliding control mode for frequency load control is provided. By the system simulation and
sliding mode control, it can be shown that the damping of oscillations is well led.

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