In this article, a novel passivity-based control strategy is proposed for the exponentially stable tracking controller design of static synchronous compensator (STATCOM) system, which is a single input and single output. The STATCOM is not an input-affine system but a special port-controlled Hamiltonian system form. Hence, it is regularized by using a dynamic extension algorithm so that the proposed tracking control strategy is designed in an input-output linearization framework with a bounded solution to the driven zero dynamics equation. The proposed control strategy is proposed with consideration of the performance and stability of the input-output linearized dynamics. Simulation results show that the proposed control strategy improves the transient performance of the system compared to the previous results even in the lightly damped operating range.
- Dynamic extension algorithm
- exponentially stable
- input-output linearization (IOL)
- port-controlled Hamiltonian (PCH)