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Ashwini Pawar, Amruta Dhuri, Riya Patil, Bhushan Save, "Design and Implementing of Roof Ventilator in Small Scale Industry for Future Prospective", VIVA-IJRI Volume 1, Issue 4, Article 38, pp. 1-6, 2021. Published by Computer Engineering Department, VIVA Institute of Technology, Virar, India.


In today’s world we require a continuous & definitive supply of electricity for proper functioning in modern and advanced society. AI (AI) may be a field that was found on the idea of human intelligence where AI precisely simulates natural intelligence. AI (Artificial Intelligence) is the mixture of expert task, mundane task and formal task. Power Systems were used from the late 19th century and that they are one among the essential needs that we'd like in our modern, developing day to day life. Power systems are used for transmission and delivering the electricity to all or any machines. AI (Artificial Intelligence) plays a serious role in power systems where they solve different problems in power systems like scheduling, calculating, statistics, forecast. As AI (Artificial Intelligence) was being developed in several fields we could see the impact that it made on the facility systems also, the humanly solved mathematical functions were solved by machines and every one the tasks are performed by the machines.AI techniques became popular for solving different problems in power systems like control, planning, scheduling, forecast, etc. These techniques can affect difficult tasks faced by applications in modern large power systems with even more interconnections installed to satisfy increasing load demand. The appliance of those techniques has been successful in many areas of power grid engineering..


AI, Artificial Neural Network, Genetic Algorithms, Power Systems, symbolic logic.


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