Nonlinear Control of Smart Grids Using PI Controller Modified with Radial Basis Functions
Mario Barnard* and Mohamed Zohdy
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA
*Corresponding Author: Mario Barnard, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA..
August 17, 2021; Published: November 12, 2021
In this paper, a smart grid modeled with various types of nonlinear loads has been utilized in order to observe the impacts on the nonlinear loads from a disturbance and how to best mitigate the disturbance. We attempted to use multiple Radial Basis Functions to approximate the nonlinear loads and to observe the factors associated with them. A PI controller was implemented in order to control the nonlinear loads.
Keywords: Smart Grid; Nonlinear Loads; Control Strategy for Nonlinear Loads; Radial Basis Function; PI Controller
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