Tag Archives: Distributed control

Resiliency of Distributed Control Schemes

As discussed in a previous post [1], distributed control schemes are perceived to be more suitable for future power networks than the centralized counterpart. However, designing such control schemes is more complex than that of the conventional centralized one. Particularly, a distributed control scheme requires communication and cooperation of the controllers, which inherently introduce additional…
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Distributed control approach in electrical networks: advantages and challenges

Some key features of future electrical networks include the high penetration of distributed generation units, either those that are based on renewable sources or those that are dispatchable, the increasing usage of storage energy systems, and the possibility of having bidirectional power flow, in which consumers can have active roles in the balancing the power…
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