2015 conference paper

A model predictive control design for selective modal damping in power systems

2015 american control conference (acc), 4314–4319.

By: A. Jain n, E. Biyik* & A. Chakrabortty n

TL;DR: A novel real-time predictive control technique to damp dominant inter-area oscillation modes in power systems by predicting the dominant DFT magnitudes in the desired low frequency range using online measured data, and tuning Q accordingly. (via Semantic Scholar)
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