Application of robust model predictive control to a renewable hydrogen-based microgrid
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In order to cope with uncertainties present in the renewable energy generation, as well as in the demand consumer, we propose in this paper the formulation and comparison of three robust model predictive control techniques, i.e., multi-scenario, tree-based, and chance-constrained model predictive control, which are applied to a nonlinear plant-replacement model that corresponds to a real laboratory-scale plant located in the facilities of the University of Seville. Results show the effectiveness of these three techniques considering the stochastic nature, proper of these systems.
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CitationVelarde, P., Maestre, J., Ocampo-Martinez, C.A., Bordons, C. Application of robust model predictive control to a renewable hydrogen-based microgrid. A: European Control Conference. "European Control Conference". Aalborg: 2016, p. 1209-1214.