Synchrony in Networked Microgrids under Attacks
This paper proposes attack-resilient distributed control for synchronization of islanded, networked, inverter-based microgrids. Existing cooperative control techniques are susceptible to attacks and cannot guarantee synchronization. The effect of attacks on sensor/actuator, communication links, and hijacking controllers is studied. A resilient synchronization protocol is presented to address sensors/actuators attacks. Attacks on communication links and adverse effects of hijacking controllers are also mitigated by designing a trust-based control protocol. The efficacy of the proposed solutions is evaluated for a modified IEEE 34-bus feeder system under different types of attack.
S. Abhinav et al., "Synchrony in Networked Microgrids under Attacks," IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, pp. 1-11, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jun 2017.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/TSG.2017.2721382
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Actuators; Cooperative Communication; Decentralized Control; Distributed Parameter Control Systems; Electric Inverters; Materials Handling Equipment; Synchronization; Telecommunication Networks; Voltage Control; Attack; Co-Operative Control; Distributed Control; Micro Grid; Secondary Control; Controllers; AC Microgrids; Communication Networks; Cooperative Control; Inverters; Microgrids; Secondary Control
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01 Jun 2017