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Power Generation and Distribution via Distributed Coordination Control

Kim, Byeong-Yeon; Oh, Kwang-Kyo; Ahn, Hyo-Sung;
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  • Published: 17 Jul 2014
Abstract
This paper presents power coordination, power generation, and power flow control schemes for supply-demand balance in distributed grid networks. Consensus schemes using only local information are employed to generate power coordination, power generation and power flow control signals. For the supply-demand balance, it is required to determine the amount of power needed at each distributed power node. Also due to the different power generation capacities of each power node, coordination of power flows among distributed power resources is essentially required. Thus, this paper proposes a decentralized power coordination scheme, a power generation, and a power flow...
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free text keywords: Mathematics - Optimization and Control
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