In this brief, a novel sliding mode (SM) observer-based scheme is proposed to achieve frequency regulation and economic dispatch (ED) in power grids composed of interconnection of generators and load buses. The ED problem is addressed in two steps. Assuming only the voltage phase angles are measured, in the first step a network of heterogeneous SM observers, suitably interconnected in a distributed fashion, is created to estimate both frequency deviations and unknown power levels associated with each bus. In the second step, the observer scheme is coupled with an SM control strategy which is able to reach the optimal value of the control input in each generator bus in finite time. The scheme is assessed via the IEEE 39 bus benchmark, and a comparison with existing control methods is provided.

Sliding Mode Observer-Based Finite Time Control Scheme for Frequency Regulation and Economic Dispatch in Power Grids

Ferrara, Antonella
2021

Abstract

In this brief, a novel sliding mode (SM) observer-based scheme is proposed to achieve frequency regulation and economic dispatch (ED) in power grids composed of interconnection of generators and load buses. The ED problem is addressed in two steps. Assuming only the voltage phase angles are measured, in the first step a network of heterogeneous SM observers, suitably interconnected in a distributed fashion, is created to estimate both frequency deviations and unknown power levels associated with each bus. In the second step, the observer scheme is coupled with an SM control strategy which is able to reach the optimal value of the control input in each generator bus in finite time. The scheme is assessed via the IEEE 39 bus benchmark, and a comparison with existing control methods is provided.
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