Application Of Robust-Control To Sustained Oscillations In Power-Systems
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IEEE Trans. Circuits Syst. I-Fundam. Theor. Appl.
Multimachine; Engineering, Electrical & Electronic
Transient control of the sustained oscillations that can occur after a major disturbance to a power system is investigated. A control scheme for an n-generator system is first developed using a classical machine model, and then extended to a machine model that includes governor/turbine dynamics. The proposed cntrol strategies are linear and require only local relative angle and velocity measurements for the classical model case, plus the measurement of mechanical power if governor/turbine dynamics are included. Using Lyapunov's direct method, the control is shown to be robust with respect to parameter and load variations, and topology changes in the power system. The overall power system is shown to be exponentially stable in the large so that any oscillation, anywhere in the system, can be damped efficiently. The results are obtained without any linearization of the power system model. Simulation results for the 39 Bus New England System demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed control.
Ieee Transactions on Circuits and Systems I-Fundamental Theory and Applications
Qu, Z. H.; Dorsey, J. F.; Bond, J.; and McCalley, J. D., "Application Of Robust-Control To Sustained Oscillations In Power-Systems" (1992). Faculty Bibliography. 1527.