In this paper, we investigate the adaptive resilient secondary voltage and frequency control problem for islanded AC microgrids (MG) in the presence of sensor faults. Sensor faults or data attacks have a great impact on the stability and quality of MG. Existing methods commonly assume that the sensing information from distributed generations (DGs) is healthy or satisfies some ideal conditions. To achieve resilient secondary voltage restoration, a novel adaptive fault tolerant control scheme is proposed. Since the bounds of the timevarying faults are unknown, sufficient conditions are first derived to guarantee the voltage tracking errors to be uniformly ultimately bounded. It is also theoretically shown that the frequency restoration and power sharing can be ensured stable of the overall AC microgrid system by using the same control scheme. Compared with the existing distributed control methods for secondary control of MG, the considered problem with unknown boundaries sensor faults are more challenging and still not well explored.
|Tidsskrift||I E E E Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics|
|Status||E-pub ahead of print - apr. 2020|