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Microalternator Experiments to Verify the Physical Realisibility of Simulated Optimal controllers and Associated Sensitivity Studies

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5 Author(s)
Anderson, J.H. ; Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Waterloo ; Hutchison, M.A. ; Wilson, W.J. ; Zohdy, M.A.
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It is shown experimentally that modern control theory can be used to provide very satisfactory excitation control of a microalterntor intended to represent a large, 2-pole, fossil fuel, thermal unit, under a wide range of operating conditions. Five different controllers are considered and experimental work is supported by extensive digital computer simulation and associated parameter and trajectory sensitivity studies.

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Power Apparatus and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PAS-97 ,  Issue: 3 )