A scenario on load-frequency controller design in a deregulated power system

Bevrani, Hassan, Mitani, Yasunori, & Tsuji, Kiichiro (2003) A scenario on load-frequency controller design in a deregulated power system. In SICE 2003 Annual Conference, 4-6 Aug. 2003, Fukui, Japan.

Abstract

An approach based on mu-synthesis and analysis theory is proposed for the design of load frequency controller in response to the new technical control demand for power system in a deregulated environment. In this approach the power system is considered as a collection of separate control areas and each control area can buy electric power from some generation companies to supply the area-load. The proposed technical scenario is illustrated with application to the design of load-frequency controller for a typical control area. The resulting controller is shown to minimize the effect of disturbances and achieve acceptable frequency regulation in presence of uncertainties and load variation.

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ID Code: 13477
Item Type: Conference Paper
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ISBN: 0780383524
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