This paper deals with the design of advanced control strategies of sliding mode type for microgrids. Each distributed generation unit (DGu), constituting the considered microgrid, can work in both grid-connected operation mode (GCOM) and islanded operation mode (IOM). The DGu is affected by load variations, nonlinearities and unavoidable modelling uncertainties. This makes sliding mode control particularly suitable as a solution methodology for the considered problem. In particular, a second order sliding mode (SOSM) control algorithm, belonging to the class of Suboptimal SOSM control, is proposed for both GCOM and IOM, while a third-order sliding mode (3-SM) algorithm is designed only for IOM, in order to achieve, also in this case, satisfactory chattering alleviation. The microgrid system controlled via the proposed sliding mode control laws exhibits appreciable stability properties, which are formally analyzed in the paper. Simulation results also confirm that the obtained closed-loop performances comply with the IEEE recommendations for power systems.

Design of Robust Higher Order Sliding Mode Control for Microgrids

CUCUZZELLA, MICHELE;INCREMONA, GIAN PAOLO;FERRARA, ANTONELLA
2015-01-01

Abstract

This paper deals with the design of advanced control strategies of sliding mode type for microgrids. Each distributed generation unit (DGu), constituting the considered microgrid, can work in both grid-connected operation mode (GCOM) and islanded operation mode (IOM). The DGu is affected by load variations, nonlinearities and unavoidable modelling uncertainties. This makes sliding mode control particularly suitable as a solution methodology for the considered problem. In particular, a second order sliding mode (SOSM) control algorithm, belonging to the class of Suboptimal SOSM control, is proposed for both GCOM and IOM, while a third-order sliding mode (3-SM) algorithm is designed only for IOM, in order to achieve, also in this case, satisfactory chattering alleviation. The microgrid system controlled via the proposed sliding mode control laws exhibits appreciable stability properties, which are formally analyzed in the paper. Simulation results also confirm that the obtained closed-loop performances comply with the IEEE recommendations for power systems.
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