Dynamic Identification and Fault Tolerance in Isolated Ca Cc Hybrid Microgrids Using Multiple Strategies

  • Ortiz Matos, Leony (PI)
  • Aguila Tellez, Alexander (Student)
  • Buestan Vera, Jean Carlos (Student)
  • Chiliquinga Guanoluisa, Wilo Anibal (Student)
  • Crisanto Perrazo, Luis Anibal (Student)
  • Filian Chavez, Edgar Lenin (Student)
  • Gaybor Alban, Julio Cesar (Student)
  • Gomez Samaniego, Miguel Angel (Student)
  • Guachamin Bustillos, Darwin Roberto (Student)
  • Jimenez Pazmiño, Edgar Antonino (Student)
  • Mejia Miranda, Christian Andres (Student)
  • Moreno Manosalvas, Diego Fernando (Student)
  • Paredes Miranda, Carlos Daniel (Student)
  • Perez Pazmiño, Angel Josue (Student)
  • Ramirez Velasco, Byron Eduardo (Student)
  • Romulo Lozano, Ricardo Alejandro (Student)
  • Tipanluisa Sarchi, Wilmer Bolivar (Student)
  • Urgiles Navarrete, Francisco Alejandro (Student)
  • Garcia Torres, Edwin Marcelo (Col)
  • Orizondo Martinez, Rogelio Alfredo (Col)
  • Pavon Vallejos, Wilson David (Col)

Project Details


General objective Develop automatic strategies for dynamic identification and fault tolerance for discrete / continuous converters and compensation systems for isolated AC/DC Hybrid Microgrids using hierarchical methodologies and multi-criteria strategies. Justification In the literature, several reviews can be found where different control strategies are studied that have adequate behavior when implemented in HRMs, however, these conventional control strategies also have drawbacks to operate / share the nonlinear load and to control the exchange of energy between generation sources, without counting, they present a bad dynamic behavior for voltage / frequency control and management of the MRH in the event of faults. This research project proposes to go deeper into the study of dynamic identification and fault tolerance mechanisms. for MRH. The main purpose in this stage is to develop new techniques and strategies to achieve a three-level hierarchical control model capable of operating the HRM in various failure scenarios. The main objective is to regulate the voltage and frequency deviations of the MRH at the secondary level in coordination with the primary level of control. The control strategies to be developed for the main power controllers and discrete/continuous compensation devices should achieve efficient and reliable performance of the isolated MRH.
Effective start/end date3/04/203/04/20


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