Disturbance compensation in electric generator network control
The paper considers electric generator network control under conditions of parametric uncertainty and disturbing actions caused by the mechanical power nonstationarity and possible changes in transmission-line admittance. A decentralized control algorithm that maintains operator generation stability and network phase synchronization with the required accuracy is synthesized. Numerical examples and computational simulation results are presented illustrating the operation capability of the proposed control scheme.
KeywordsSystem Science International Generator Network Model Nonlinear Adaptive Control Disturbance Compensation Multi Machine Power System
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