Gain Scheduling Control Design for Hydro Generator

V. Veselý(1*), T. Puleva(2), J. Osuský(3)

(1) Institute of Control and Industrial Informatics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia
(2) Faculty of Automatics, Department of Systems and Control Engineering, Technical University of Sofia., Slovakia
(3) Institute of Control and Industrial Informatics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia
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Abstract


This paper presents a gain scheduled controller design for MIMO and SISO systems in frequency domain. The proposed method is based on the M-Δ structure of closed loop MIMO (SISO) systems and the small gain theory is exploited to obtain the stability condition. Example of hydro generator model illustrates the effectiveness of the proposed output feedback gain scheduled controller design method.
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Keywords


Gain Scheduled Control; Small Gain Theorem; Frequency Domain; PI Controller; Hydro Generator

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