Comparison of nonlinear excitation controllers for power system stabilization
Derivation of nonlinear synchronous generator excitation controllers for improving power system stability is described in this paper. These controllers are based on the existing universal Higher-Order Sliding Mode control Structure (HSMCS), furnishing the system with robustness quality in the presence of disturbance. A significant aspect of the paper is the modification of the HSMCS for...
Published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology
Published in 2020
Awelewa, A.A., Popoola, O., Samuel, I.A., Olajube, A.A.
Samuel Isaac » R. Engr. Isaac A. Samuel obtained his Ph.D degree from Covenant University, March 2017. He is a researcher and faculty at the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, College of Engineering, Ota, Ogun State. He obtained his PGD and M Eng. degree in Electrical Engineering and obtained a PGD in Management from Bayero University, Kano. He is a Registered Engineer with COREN. He has a... view full profile
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