Modern Control Systems
Note for the summer semester 2020: It is planned to begin the lecture on 6.4.2020 and it will be broadcasted via Zoom. Furthermore, recordings of last year's lecture exist. Slides will be distributed via RWTHmoodle during the course of the semester.Copyright: RWTH Aachen
This class offers students a comprehensive look at the most typical control algorithms utilized in the power systems. The application of control theories to power systems is covered starting with a review of fundamental principles of control design. The topics of the class are: State Space Control, Pole Placement, Linear Quadratic Control, Linear Quadratic Gaussian Control, Sliding Mode Control and Synergetic Control. Lyapunov Control and Nonlinear Feed-back Control are also covered. The class content is focused mostly on current technologies. For this reason recently published technical papers are used as reference learning material. For each topic, the instructor will select a major published paper that demonstrates the application of one of the control approaches in a case study.
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