A Novel Energy Function-Based Stability Evaluation and Nonlinear Control Approach for Energy Internet
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Unlike conventional interconnected power systems, energy Internet presents an unsolved and more challenging problem for the society including transfer impedance, damping, large penetration of distributed generation, and numerous hybrid integration of generators and converters. In this paper, a novel energy function designed for energy internet router is proposed to accurately evaluate its transfer stability. The reliability of the proposed energy function is confirmed through both theoretical analysis and empirical simulations. Furthermore, generalized methods to determine critical stable energy, stable domain, and critical clearing time are proposed. By updating stability criterion and evaluating system energy of post-disturbance system, fault energy-based impulsive feedback control method is specifically designed for energy Internet to stabilize the system. Simulation and experimental results are provided to validate the effectiveness of the proposed energy function and nonlinear control method.
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid
Sun, Qiuye, Yibin Zhang, Haibo He, Dazhong Ma, and Huaguang Zhang. "A Novel Energy Function-Based Stability Evaluation and Nonlinear Control Approach for Energy Internet." IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 8, 3 (2017): 1195-1210. doi:10.1109/TSG.2015.2497691.