Controller Synthesis of Wind Turbine Generator and Energy Storage System with Stochastic Wind Variations under Temporal Logic Specifications

11/26/2019 ∙ by Zhe Xu, et al. ∙ 0

In this paper, we present a controller synthesis approach for wind turbine generators (WTG) and energy storage systems with metric temporal logic (MTL) specifications, with provable probabilistic guarantees in the stochastic environment of wind power generation. The MTL specifications are requirements for the grid frequency deviations, WTG rotor speed variations and the power flow constraints at different lines. We present the stochastic control bisimulation function, which bounds the divergence of the trajectories of a switched stochastic control system and the switched nominal control system in a probabilistic fashion.We first design a feedforward controller by solving an optimization problem for the nominal trajectory of the deterministic control system with robustness against initial state variations and stochastic uncertainties. Then we generate a feedback control law from the data of the simulated trajectories. We implement our control method on both a four-bus system and a nine-bus system, and test the effectiveness of the method with a generation loss disturbance. We also test the advantage of the feedback controller over the feedforward controller when unexpected disturbance occurs.



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