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Multi-agent energy management and fault tolerant control of the micro-grid powered with doubly fed induction generator wind farm

Abstract : This paper deals with multi-agent energy management and fault tolerant control of the micro-grid powered by wind farm based on two doubly fed induction generators. The stator flux orientation has used to eliminate the active and reactive power coupling. The proposed control scheme is based on two cascades closed loops. The inner controllers concern the rotor currents. The outer controllers have a parallel configuration with the stator voltage or the stator power control. Switching between these two controllers is realized by the synchronization mechanism. All controllers are designed with Lyapunov approach associated with sliding-mode control, this solution shows good robustness against parameter variations, measurement errors and faults. The global asymptotic stability of the overall system is proven. After that, a Multi-agent energy management was proposed and tested in order to satisfy some objectives and overcome some constraints. The advantages of the wind energy integration associated with multi-agent energy management are: production cost minimization, reduction of the carbon emissions, increasing the energy autonomy and he robustness against weather conditions and faults that may occur during operation. The results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed control.
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Yasser Belkacem, Said Drid, Abdesslam Makouf, Larbi Chrifi-Alaoui. Multi-agent energy management and fault tolerant control of the micro-grid powered with doubly fed induction generator wind farm. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEM ASSURANCE ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT, 2022, 13 (1), pp.267-277. ⟨10.1007/s13198-021-01228-2⟩. ⟨hal-03631276⟩

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