Nonlinear Robust Control of Power Systems
In the previous nine chapters of this book, we explored the theory, methods, models, control laws and results of simulation for nonlinear optimal control. The research results in the field of nonlinear optimal control of power systems achieved by the authors of this book are not only in theory, but also in practice. A type of digital nonlinear optimal excitation controllers of generators (NOEC) developed by the National Key Laboratory of Power Systems in Tsinghua University, China, has been put into operation in a series of Chinese power stations. And the NOEC have played an important role in improving dynamic performance and stability of power systems. Moreover, a new type of digital nonlinear optimal governors (NOG) for hydro turbines has also been developed by the same Laboratory above mentioned. The application of the NOEC and NOG to the Three Gorge Power Station is hopeful.
KeywordsPower System Robust Control Nonlinear Control System Disturbance Attenuation Nonlinear Robust Control
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