Hierarchical control of HV-MTDC systems with droop-based primary and OPF-based secondary
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This paper proposes a hierarchical control architecture designed for an arbitrary high voltage multiterminal dc (MTDC) network. In the proposed architecture, the primary control of the MTDC system is decentralized and implemented using a generalized droop strategy. Design criteria for dimensioning the primary control parameters, including voltage limits, are offered by analyzing the transients appearing in the system. The proposed secondary control is centralized and regulates the operating point (OP) of the network so that optimal power flow (OPF) is achieved. Compared to previous works, this paper further elaborates, both analytically and through simulations, on the coordination between the primary and secondary control layers. This includes how local primary controllers have to be driven by the centralized controller in order to ensure a smooth transition to the optimal OP.
CitationGavriluta, C. [et al.]. Hierarchical control of HV-MTDC systems with droop-based primary and OPF-based secondary. "IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid", 12 Novembre 2014.