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Mandatory Fields
Mc Namara, P,Negenborn, RR,De Schutter, B,Lightbody, G,McLoone, S
2016
January
Control Engineering Practice
Distributed MPC for frequency regulation in multi-terminal HVDC grids
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WOS: 16 ()
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Distributed model predictive control Convergence Stability Modal analysis Auxiliary problem principle Automatic generation control Multi-terminal HVDC MODEL-PREDICTIVE CONTROL VSC-HVDC POWER-SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION NETWORKS COORDINATION
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176
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Multi-Terminal high voltage Direct Current (MTDC) transmission lines enable radial or meshed DC grid configurations to be used in electrical power networks, and in turn allow for significant flexibility in the development of future DC power networks. In this paper distributed MPC is proposed for providing Automatic Generation Control (AGC) in Alternating Current (AC) areas connected to MTDC grids. Additionally, a novel modal analysis technique is derived for the distributed MPC algorithm, which in turn can be used to determine the convergence and stability properties of the closed-loop system. (c) 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
10.1016/j.conengprac.2015.11.001
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