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An evolutionary multi-algorithm based framework for the parametric estimation of proton exchange membrane fuel cell / Pankaj Sharma, Saravanakumar Raju, Rohit SALGOTRA // Knowledge-Based Systems / Butterworths ; ISSN 0950-7051. — 2024 — vol. 283 111134, s. 1–31. — Bibliogr. s. 29–31, Abstr. — Publikacja dostępna online od: 2023-11-03. — R. Salgotra - dod. afiliacja: Middle East University, Amman, Jordan

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CEC benchmarksproton exchange membrane fuel celladaptive propertiesparameter identificationmultiple algorithmsnumerical optimization

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ID BaDAP150419
Data dodania do BaDAP2024-01-09
Tekst źródłowyURL
Rok publikacji2024
Typ publikacjiartykuł w czasopiśmie
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Creative Commons
Czasopismo/seriaKnowledge-Based Systems


This paper proposes a multi-strategy, multiple algorithms based hybrid strategy using flower pollination algorithm (FPA), grey wolf optimizer (GWO), INFO, and naked mole rat algorithm (NMRA). The proposed algorithm, named the Flower Grey INFO Naked (FGIN) algorithm, incorporates the most effective equations from the FPA, GWO, INFO, and NMRA. Here FPA’s basic structure following global and local search is used, GWO is meant for providing extensive exploration, whereas INFO and NMRA both contribute towards exploitative search. Dynamic iterative search and population segmentation strategies are incorporated for enhanced performance of FGIN algorithm. For enhanced self-adaptivity, six mutation weight operators are applied to the three parameters of the proposed strategy. FGIN is also subjected to higher dimensional and variable population analysis, and has been found to be highly effective. A deeper analysis using CEC 2005, CEC 2017, CEC 2019 and CEC 2022 benchmark data set is also performed to validate the superiority of the proposed algorithm with respect to success history based differential evolution (SHADE), self-adaptive DE (SaDE), NL-LSHADE-LBC, DE with active archive (JADE), LSHADE-SPACMA, evolutionary algorithms with eigen crossover (EA4eig), extended GWO (GWO-E), NL-LSHADE-RSP-MID, jDE100, and others. The proposed FIGN algorithm is then used for the parametric identification of proton exchange membranes in fuel cells (PEMFC). The optimization challenge of PEMFC is to minimize the sum of squared error (SSE) between the experimental and measured voltage. And also determine, the optimal values of seven unknown parameters for the PEMFC stack’s. To illustrate the potential of the FGIN algorithm is validated by utilizing five well-known commercial PEMFCs, namely NedStack PS6, BCS 500 W, Stack 250 W, Ballard Mark V, and Horizon H-12 Stack. In order to check the effectiveness of the FGIN algorithm, both parametric and non-parametric statistical tests have been conducted, and it has been found that the proposed algorithm performs significantly better.

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