Global control of complex power systems
MODEL-PREDICTIVE CONTROL; H-INFINITY-CONTROL; ADAPTIVE-CONTROL; TRANSIENT STABILITY; COORDINATED CONTROL; VOLTAGE REGULATION; HYBRID; SYSTEMS; DESIGN; STABILIZATION; FEEDBACK; Automation & Control Systems; Computer Science, Information Systems
This chapter presents an overview of recent results on an approach to total control of power systems. It is upwards compatible from any conventional or prior advanced control and provides a framework for coordinated development of control to address all major dynamical problems. The approach appears applicable to complex systems generally where behaviour is influenced by nonlinearity, large-scale, uncertainty and hybrid nature. In particular, the presence of bifurcations of various kinds is allowed for while using ideas from switching and optimal control. The approach will be illustrated by consideration of coordinated control for transient stability, voltage regulation and emergency voltage control of power systems.
Bifurcation Control: Theory and Applications
"Global control of complex power systems" (2003). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 3806.