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Robust Multi-objective Control-Based Frequency Regulation

  • Hassan BevraniEmail author
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Abstract

This chapter formulates the proportional integral‐based frequency control problem with communication delays as a robust static output feedback optimization control problem. The H2/H control is used via an iterative linear matrix inequalities algorithm to approach a suboptimal solution for the assumed design objectives. The proposed method was applied to a control area power system through a laboratory real‐time experiment. Finally, the genetic algorithm, as a well‐known optimization technique, is successfully used for tuning of PI‐based frequency control loop by tracking the robust performance indices obtained by mixed H2/H control design.

Keywords

Frequency regulation LFC Mixed H2/H∞ control H∞ control Multiobjective control PI control H2 norm H∞ norm Uncertainty Robust control LMI H∞-SOF Performance index Optimization Genetic algorithm Performance tracking 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of KurdistanSanandajIran

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