Stability and voltage regulation enhancement using an optimal gain vector

Bevrani, Hassan & Hiyama, Takashi (2006) Stability and voltage regulation enhancement using an optimal gain vector. In 2006 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 18-22 June 2006, Canada.

Abstract

This paper addresses a control methodology to enhance stability and voltage regulation for the existing power systems with conventional PSS and AVR equipments. The control design problem is reduced to find a new control loop including a simple fixed gain vector. In order to optimal tuning of gain elements, the problem is formulated via an H2/Hif static output feedback (H2/Hif-SOF) control technique, and the solution is easily carried out using a developed iterative linear matrix inequalities (ILMI) algorithm. A single-machine infinite-bus system example is given to illustrate the developed approach. The results of the proposed control strategy are compared with conventional PSS design. The robust controller is shown to maintain the robust performance and minimize the effect of disturbance properly.

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ID Code: 13473
Item Type: Conference Paper
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ISBN: 1424404932
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