Generator Controller Tuning Considering Stochastic Load Variation Using Analysis of Variance and Response Surface Method

  title={Generator Controller Tuning Considering Stochastic Load Variation Using Analysis of Variance and Response Surface Method},
  author={Frank A. Ibarra and Daniel Turizo and C{\'e}sar Orozco-Henao and Javier Guerrero},
  journal={2019 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe (ISGT-Europe)},
This article proposes a method for generator controller tuning in a power system affected by stochastic loads. The method uses the Analysis of Variance to detect the controllers with significant effect over the quality of the system response. Such quality is measured with an objective function defined as a weighted average of the Integral Absolute Error of each controller. The significant variables are then varied over a specified region in order to characterize the objective function through a… 

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