Bikash C. Pal

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sonal use of this material is permitted. However, permission to reprint/republish this material for advertising or promotional purposes or for creating new collective works for resale or redistribution to servers or lists, or to reuse any copyrighted component of this work in other works must be obtained from the IEEE. Abstract—This paper demonstrates the(More)
—This paper demonstrates the application of multiple model adaptive control (MMAC) strategy for robust damping of low-frequency electromechanical oscillation in an interconnected power system. The control algorithm uses a model-based approach to account for the variability and uncertainty involved in the postdisturbance dynamics of the system. Conventional(More)
—This brief illustrates a control design procedure for handling time delays encountered in transmitting the remote signals in power systems. A unified Smith predictor (USP) approach is used to formulate the control design problem in the standard mixed sensitivity framework. The solution to the problem is sought numerically using linear matrix inequalities(More)
—This paper deals with the selection of feedback signal(s) that retain the modal behavior of power system elec-tromechanical dynamics under varying operating circumstances. The approach seeks signals that have relatively large magnitude of residue, less variation of the magnitude and phase angle, sufficient gap between the critical pole-zeros, and least(More)
An implementation of the weighted least absolute value (WLAV) method for obtaining an estimate of the state of the power system is presented. Most of the known WLAV methods use some form of linear programming software to find the best estimate. The paper shows that it is possible to obtain a WLAV estimate by simply applying the Newton-Raphson method to the(More)
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