Advanced power theories and signal decomposition methods for controlling smart converters in smart grid applications
During last two decades, the enormous level of aggregation of distributed generation units DGUs (widely known as the technology of Microgrids), in addition to increasing usage of nonlinear loads in power systems has raised new mathematical-conceptual challenges, specially in power electronics. Most of the traditional power theories and concepts therein, have been defined and formulated for simple balanced and linear systems. As a result, most of them are not directly applicable in case of new system structures with a considerable amount of uncertainty in the production and nonlinearity in the ...
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