Open Access Research Article Article ID: TCSIT-3-106

    Classification by Artificial Neural Network according to the values affecting Electricity Generation

    Furkan Esmeray and Sevcan Aytaç Korkmaz*

    Predicting the amount of electricity produced in a power plant is very important for today’s economy. Oven Power (MW), Boiler Input Gas Temperature, Superheated Steam Amount, ID-Fan Speed, Feeding Water Tank data affect the electricity production. In this article, Etikrom A.Ş. The electricity production amount to be produced in Elazığ Etikrom A.Ş. was estimated by using the data of Oven Power (MW), Water Inlet Gas Temperature, Steam Vapor Volume, ID-Fan Speed, Feeding Water Tank data. Electricity generation amount is used as verification data. That is, by the k-means clustering method, the electricity generation amount is divided into 3 classes (low, medium, and high). 3621 data including Oven Power (MW), Boiler Input Gas Temperature, Superheated Steam Amount, ID-Fan Speed, and Feeding Water Tank data were used after class 3 separation. With the K-means clustering method, 2742 of these data were clustered as low electricity, 296 as medium electricity and 583 as high electricity. This clustered data was given to the Artifical Neural Network classifier. The success rate obtained as a result of this classification is 85.81%. Classified data were analyzed by ROC curve.

    Keywords: Classification; Artificial neural network; K-means; Electricity generation

    Published on: Apr 18, 2018 Pages: 1-4

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/pjcse.000006
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