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Robust Output Set-Point Tracking for a Power Flow Controller via Forwarding Design

Abstract : This paper tackles the problem of robust output set-point tracking for a power flow controller (PFC) for meshed DC micro-grids. The PFC is a power electronics device used to control the power (or current) flow in the lines of the grid and act as a DC circuit breaker. The state-space model of this system is bilinear with uncertain dynamics and a polynomial output. In the proposed design, the plant is first extend with an integral action on the tracking error. The cascade model composed by the plant and the integrator is then stabilised by means of a state-feedback law, with a forwarding approach. If the plant parameters are sufficiently close to their nominal value, robust regulation is then achieved. Simulations are given to validate the results.
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Tanguy Simon, Mattia Giaccagli, Jean-François Trégouët, Daniele Astolfi, Vincent Andrieu, et al.. Robust Output Set-Point Tracking for a Power Flow Controller via Forwarding Design. 2021 60th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), Dec 2021, Austin, United States. ⟨hal-03375498⟩



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