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Amiri F, Moradi M H. Coordinated Control of LFC and SMES in the Power System Using a New Robust Controller. IJEEE 2021; 17 (4) :1912-1912
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In this paper, a coordinated control method for LFC and SMES systems based on a new robust controller is designed. The proposed controller is used to compensate for frequency deviations related to the power system, to prevent excessive power generation in conventional generators during load disturbances, and to reduce power fluctuations from wind power plants. The new robust controller does not require the measurement of all the power system states and it only uses the output feedback. It also has a higher degree of freedom than the conventional robust controllers (conventional output feedback) and thus it helps improve the system control. The proposed control method is highly robust against load and distributed generation resources (wind turbine) disturbances and it is also robust against the uncertainty of the power system parameters. The proposed method is compared under several scenarios with the coordinated control method for LFC and SMES systems based on Moth Swarm Algorithm-optimized PID controller, the LFC system based on Moth Swarm Algorithm-optimized PID controller with SMES, the coordinated control method for LFC and SMES systems based on Robust Model Predictive Control, and the LFC system based on optimized PID controller without SMES and it puts on satisfactory performance. The simulation was performed in MATLAB.
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  • A coordinated control for LFC and SMES systems;
  • Design of a new controller in robust control;
  • Improving the frequency stability of the power system in the presence of wind turbines;
  • To prevent excessive power generation in conventional generators during load disturbances, and to reduce power fluctuations from wind power plants.

Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: Other Storage Systems
Received: 2020/06/13 | Revised: 2021/03/01 | Accepted: 2021/03/06

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