Inverse control for nonlinear excitation and governor control
This paper presents the results of a study of the Inverse Control technique for the design of excitation and governor controllers for a power system. Control laws for rotor angle and field flux are derived. The closed loop system is shown to be asymptotically stable. The system can be transferred to a new operating condition corresponding to any desired terminal voltage Vl and tie-line power Ptie. Although this control law was not experimentally tested on a power system, implementation issues are discussed in robotic and aerospace applications.
Control theory--Mathematical models; Electric generators--Alternating current--Excitation systems; Electric power systems--Control--Mathematical models
Controls and Control Theory | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Electrical and Electronics | Power and Energy
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Subbarao, G. V.
Inverse control for nonlinear excitation and governor control.
International Journal of Systems Science, 27(10),