Abstract : DC micro-grids are a type of electrical distribution network tailored for small intermittent renewable generation units. The meshed structure is particularly well suited for this application, more resilient, modular and efficient. However, a meshed grid requires a Power Flow Controller (PFC).
PFCs are power electronics converters designed to control the electrical power in the different lines connected to a node of the grid. The overall system (PFC + grid) is modeled as an uncertain bilinear system with a polynomial output.
In this presentation, we will present the global problem associated to the control of a PFC, the modelling of the system and the design of a nonlinear robust controller achieving global output set-point tracking.
PhD work supervised by Jean-François Trégouët, Hervé Morel and Xuefang Lin-Shi. Joint work with Mattia Giaccagli, Vincent Andrieu and Daniele Astolfi.
Thursday, Nov 18, 2021 2:00 pm | 2 hours | (UTC+02:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris
Meeting number: 2734 019 4121
Date(s) - 18 Nov 2021
14 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
CatégoriesFiled under: DYCOP, Seminaries