Distributed H∞ equalization control for multi-node power generation systems
This paper proposes a novel distributed H∞, equalization control for distributed generation systems with multiple power generation nodes. Distributed generation becomes a new trend in modern power systems for the future smart grid and receives more and more attention. The proposed control method makes the distributed generation nodes working at the same output ratio by developing the distributed H∞ equalization control which is based on the output feedback from the nearby neighbors and local observers. The sufficient conditions for H∞ equalization control design based on estimation are established in terms of a linear matrix inequality. Simulation results are provided to verify the effectiveness of the proposed method.
Proceeding of the 11th World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation
Electrical and Electronic Engineering not elsewhere classified