Power System Stabilization Using Energy-Dissipating Hybrid Control


This research proposes a new energy-dissipating hybrid control paradigm. Using a hybrid controller that combines logical switches and a plant with continuous dynamics, the proposed framework can operate. To put it another way, the total closed-loop system may be regarded as having an enhanced dissipative capacity. This means that any excess energy in the plant can be rapidly and continually dampened by the system. For synchronous generators in multimachine systems, the suggested framework is used to build decentralised nonlinear excitation controllers to increase transient stability, in which the generators are treated as port-controlled Hamiltonian systems. The suggested energy-dissipating hybrid excitation control is tested on the IEEE 10-generator, 39-bus New England Power System to see if it improves transient stability and dissipation under various fault scenarios.

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