Nonlinear Coordinated Control for SVC and Generator Excitation Based on Sliding Mode Dynamic Surface Method

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Based on sliding mode dynamic surface method and disturbance attenuation technique, the nonlinear adaptive robust controllers of power systems coordinated control for SVC and generator excitation is proposed in this paper. In the sliding mode dynamic surface method, parameter adaptive laws are not based on the certain equivalent criterion. Because during controller design procedure besides the external disturbances are considered, the parametric uncertainties are mainly considered also, thus it can guarantee the whole errors system asymptotically stable under the derived controller.

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Mohamed Othman

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2302-2305

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W. L. Li, "Nonlinear Coordinated Control for SVC and Generator Excitation Based on Sliding Mode Dynamic Surface Method", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 229-231, pp. 2302-2305, 2012

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