A REVIEW ANALYSIS OF ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK CONTROLLER BASED WIND POWER GENERATION SYSTEM
In this paper present audit investigation of Artificial Neural controller Based Wind Energy System Electricity isn't accessible to numerous networks in India in light of the fact that the vast capital venture required for the customary electrical framework has brought about that a decent solid supply is just accessible in districts with solid monetary and mechanical action and a current matrix foundation. The way that sustainable power sources are additionally conveyed sources offers a chance to save money on the capital speculation for the transportation and dispersion of power. In spite of the fact that there are diverse sustainable power sources accessible, for example, photovoltaic and wind vitality. Torque swells and greatest power following structure the most imperative issues confronting Wind Energy Conversion System (WECS).
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