Non-linear excitation and governor control using sliding modes
Modern microprocessor capabilities permit the control designer to consider using relatively complicated nonlinear control algorithms, which would have been considered impractical in the past. The paper presents the results of a study of the variable structure 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 Vt and tie-line power Ptie.
Control systems; Electric variables control; Frequency; Mechanical variables control; Power system control; Power system interconnection; Power system modeling; Sliding mode control; Synchronous machines; Voltage
Controls and Control Theory | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Engineering | Power and Energy | Systems and Communications
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Non-linear excitation and governor control using sliding modes.
American Control Conference, 1992