An Energy-Shaping Approach with Direct Mechanical Damping Injection to Design of Control for Power Systems
Recently, the investigation of design approaches to nonlinear control, which can thoroughly exploit the structure and the properties of the physical systems, has been given much attention due to the designed controllers with relatively simple form and effective operation. And it has been shown that for the mechanical and electromechnical systems, by incorporating the Hamiltonian structure into passivity-based control design techniques, the controllers based on physical considerations can be obtained ,,. This design idea has been successfully realized alized in the control of power systems and a lot of achievements have been gotten (see e.g. –[9). In , the fact that the power system with excitation control is a Hamiltonian structure is exploited by selecting a storage function constructed by system potential and kinetic energy and an appropriate passivating output on the basis of physical arguments. Along this research line, the excitation control problem for multi-machine power systems has been investigated in ,. Moreover, an adaptive L 2 disturbance attenuation controller based on Hamiltonian structure has been provided for power systems in .
KeywordsPower System Transmission Line Hamiltonian Structure Transient Stability Excitation Control
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