Tracking in dispatching centers using robust controller
Bevrani, Hassan (1998) Tracking in dispatching centers using robust controller. Technical Journal of Electric Power Industry (San'at-e-Barg, Iran), pp. 36-39.
Optimization of system performance and minimizing of some cost functions are important control targets in dispatching centers and SCADA systems. In addition to remote measurements, monitoring and providing various reports, the automatic control section has an important role. Tracking of reference signals and meaningful curves is known as the main objectives of this section. For example, for optimizing of fuel consumption in power plants, optimal fuel curve is needed, or tracking a fixed frequency (50 or 60 Hz) reference is known as a target for load-frequency control systems. In order to achieve a desired tracking, many control methodologies have been presented over the years, which most of them are based on classical techniques. In the present paper an H∞ control methodology is used to solve the typical tracking control problems in dispatching centers. The proposed methodology is applied for the purpose of frequency regulation in an isolated control area. The research is supplemented by computer simulation results.
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|Deposited On:||16 Oct 2008|
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