Conclusions and Scope for Future Work
We now summarize the work done in this monograph. We have presented two nonlinear control techniques for power system stabilization at an equilibrium using a CSC. Both the control laws were based on passivity ideas: one involves the notion of interconnection and damping assignment, the other is based on choosing target dynamics on a lower dimensional manifold. The synchronous generator was described using two well known nonlinear models—the second order swing equation and the third order flux-decay model. The actuator, that is the CSC, was modeled using an injection model and a first order model.