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An improved direct feedback linearization technique for transient stability enhancement and voltage regulation of power generators

Authors
  • Kenné, Godpromesse
  • Goma, Raphael
  • Nkwawo, Homère
  • Lamnabhi-Lagarrigue, Françoise
  • Arzande, Amir
  • Vannier, Jean-Claude
Publication Date
Jan 01, 2010
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HAL-SUPELEC
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Abstract

In this paper, a simple improved direct feedback linearization design method for transient stability and voltage regulation of power systems is discussed. Starting with the classical direct feedback linearization technique currently applied to power systems, an adaptive nonlinear excitation control of synchronous generators is proposed, which is new and effective for engineering. The power angle and mechanical power input are not assumed to be available. The proposed method is based on a standard third-order model of a synchronous generator which requires only information about the physical available measurements of angular speed, active electric power and generator terminal voltage. Experimental results of a practical power system show that fast response, robustness, damping, steady-state and transient stability as well as voltage regulation are all achieved satisfactorily.

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