Reduced order model verification of a DC microgrid for controller design and determination of storage requirements
Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics
Energy storage requirements and its management are important considerations for dc microgrid designs that have a high penetration of stochastic distributed sources and loads. Modern control methods, such as Hamiltonian Surface Shaping and Power Flow Control (HSSPFC), often rely on a reduced order model of the microgrid for controller design. This paper explores (1) the reduced order boost converter model for use in development of advanced control schemes via a detailed, switching mode model implemented on a Typhoon HIL 602 with a controller-in-the-loop (CIL) and (2) a design methodology that may be used for determining converter distributed storage requirements for the closed loop controls.
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems
Cook, M. D.,
Trinklein, E. H.,
Heath, M. J.,
Robinett, R. D.,
Wilson, D. G.
Reduced order model verification of a DC microgrid for controller design and determination of storage requirements.
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems,
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