Active Loads of a Microgrid As Players in a Differential Game
Low-inertia DC microgrids rely on storage devices to buffer energy and handle abrupt load changes. An alternative approach involves the concept of power buffers. Proper adjustment of the input impedances of power buffers helps shape the trajectory of the transients imposed on DC microgrid. A communication network facilitates data exchange among active loads (loads augmented with power buffers). Such group information helps to collectively respond to any load change; an optimal response with the least energy extract from individual buffers. A cooperative game-theoretic performance function is defined for active loads. Then, a distributed control policy simultaneously minimizes all performance functions. A low-voltage DC microgrid is used to study the effectiveness of the proposed methodology.
V. Nasirian et al., "Active Loads of a Microgrid As Players in a Differential Game," Proceedings of the 2015 Resilience Week (2015, Philadelphia, PA), pp. 17-22, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Aug 2015.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/RWEEK.2015.7287412
2015 Resilience Week, RSW 2015 (2015: Aug. 18-20, Philadelphia, PA)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Buffer Storage; Digital Storage; Distributed Parameter Control Systems; Electronic Data Interchange; Robustness (control Systems); Virtual Storage; Co-Operative Control; DC Distribution System; Differential Games; Distributed Control; Multiplayer Games; Optimal Response; Performance Functions; Power Buffers; Game Theory; Cooperative Control; Multi-Player Games; Power Buffer
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01 Aug 2015