Optimal Control Design for Multiterminal HVDC

@inproceedings{dUstou2013OptimalCD,
  title={Optimal Control Design for Multiterminal HVDC},
  author={Benoit de Courreges d'Ustou},
  year={2013}
}
This thesis proposes an optimal-control based design for distributed frequency control in multi-terminal high voltage direct current (MTDC) systems. The current power grid has become overstressed by rapid growth in the demand for electric power and penetration of renewable energy. To address these challenges, MTDC technology has been developed, which has the potential to increase the flexibility and reliability of power transmission in the grid. Several control strategies have been proposed to… CONTINUE READING

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