A control scheme using a linear quadratic regulator with the least distance summation to assign closed-loop poles as near as possible to the L-line in the s-plane is proposed in this paper. According to this method, the system can assign closed-loop poles near the L-line to obtain optimal dynamic response. The theoretical formulation of the proposed method is derived. A power system was simulated to investigate the effects of the proposed method by means of comparison with the conventional linear quadratic regulator method. It is shown that the proposed method has better dynamic response than does the conventional linear quadratic regulator method.
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||Journal of Control Systems and Technology|
|Publication status||Published - 1996 Jun 1|
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