A Micro-Grid Distributed Intelligent Control and Management System
Micro-grids need active management to take care of quality of service and to interface with the power grid in an exceedingly bi-directional manner. Any, micro-grids must be justified by environmental, governmental, and economic viability. We have a tendency to present a programmable architecture for active, optimal distributed control of components of the grid to attain desired behavior. A unique aspect of this design is to incorporate a distributed inductive engine for learning the local dynamics of generators and masses in the micro-grid. It generates feedback laws that are tailored to the present status of the micro-grid, and responds to anomalous events in a very resilient manner. An necessary novelty is that management laws are extracted on-line for bidirectional discontinuous nonlinear hundreds by mean field strategies from physics outside the standard design methodologies for piecewise linear quadratic controls.
Did you like this research project?
To get this research project Guidelines, Training and Code... Click Here