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Nonlinear Power Flow Control Design Methodology for Navy Electric Ship Microgrid Energy Storage Requirements

David G. Wilson; Wayne W. Weaver; Rush D. Robinett; J Young; Steven F. Glover; Marvin A. Cook; Stephen P. Markle; T.J. McCoy;
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  • Published: 04 Oct 2018
<jats:p> As part of the U.S. Navy’s continued commitment to protecting U.S. interests at home and abroad, the Navy is investing in the development of new technologies that broaden U.S. warship capabilities and maintain U.S. naval superiority. NAVSEA is developing power systems technologies for the Navy to realize an all-electric warship. New nonlinear power system controls approaches are being developed to improve system performance in light of new electrically powered weaponry that behave as pulsed-loads. Advancements include the identification of pulsed-load profiles that identify Energy Storage System (ESS) requirements. A dynamic optimization engine has been...
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ACM Computing Classification System: ComputerApplications_COMPUTERSINOTHERSYSTEMS
free text keywords: Hierarchical control, Advanced Control, Energy Storage, Pulsed loads, Agent-based Control, Microgrid, Power flow, Electric ship, Automotive engineering, Navy, Design methods, Computer science, Nonlinear system
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