Sampled - Data optimal output - Feedback H ∞-control for designing excitation controllers of a turbogenerator - System (Conference presentation)

Boglou, A.K.Bandekas, D.V.Pappas, D.I.

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dc.contributor.authorBoglou, A.K.en
dc.contributor.authorBandekas, D.V.en
dc.contributor.authorPappas, D.I.en
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dc.subjectControl problemsen
dc.subjectDisturbance attenuationen
dc.subjectExcitation controllersen
dc.subjectMulti rateen
dc.subjectMultirate samplingen
dc.subjectOpen loop systemsen
dc.subjectOpen loopsen
dc.subjectOutput controllersen
dc.subjectSampling perioden
dc.subjectState variablesen
dc.subjectStatic state feedbacken
dc.subjectStep up transformersen
dc.subjectTransmission line, Electric power transmissionen
dc.subjectPower transmissionen
dc.subjectStandby power systemsen
dc.subjectState feedbacken
dc.subjectSystems scienceen
dc.subjectTurbogenerators, Controllersen
dc.titleSampled - Data optimal output - Feedback H ∞-control for designing excitation controllers of a turbogenerator - Systemen
heal.generalDescriptionpp. 166-171en
heal.generalDescriptionTechnological Education Institution (TEI) of Kavala, Faculty of Applied Technology, St. Loukas, 654 04 Kavala, Greeceen
heal.generalDescriptionISBN: 9781618040237en
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heal.abstractIn the present work the technique used is based on multirate -output controllers having a multirate sampling mechanism with different sampling period in each measured output quantity of the system. It relies mainly, under appropriate conditions, on the reduction of the original H ∞- disturbance attenuation problem to an associated discrete H ∞- control problem for which a fictitious static state feedback controller is to be designed, even though some state variables may not be available (measurable) for feedback purposes. The discrete linear open-loop system model under consideration (which includes a disturbance term) is systematically derived from the associated continuous 3th -order MIMO linearized open-loop model of a practical power system, with turbogenerator supplying power to an infinite grid through a step-up transformer and an appropriate transmission line.en
heal.conferenceNameRecent Researches in System Science - Proceedings of the 15th WSEAS International Conference on Systems, Part of the 15th WSEAS CSCC Multiconferenceen
heal.type.enConference presentationen
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