Graduate Exam Abstract
Yi HanPh.D. Preliminary
May 1, 2013, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Mechanical Engineering Conference Room
Microgrid optimization, modelling and control
Abstract: This project is about maximum utilizing the natural
gas engine with attached storage system to maintain
a near constant grid frequency under rapid
fluctuation load condition. However, with the long
time delay associated with natural gas engine. This
task could be very challenging. We will deploy
advanced robust control techniques to overcome this
This presentation talks about microgrid optimization
for fuel minimization; Microgrid modelling,
including: Natural gas engine, battery and DC-AC
inverter. Control approaches that will be applied to
the microgrid is also discussed.
Adviser: Dr. Peter Young
Non-ECE Member: Computer Science
Member 3: Electrical and Computer Engineering
Addional Members: Electrical and Computer Engineering
Y. Han, P. M. Young and D. Zimmerle, “Microgrid Generation Units Optimum Dispatch
for Fuel Consumption Minimization,” Journal of Ambient Intelligence & Humanized Computing,
Y. Han, A. Jain, P. M. Young and D. Zimmerle, “Robust Control of Microgrid Frequency with Attached Storage System”, submitted to IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid.
Y. Han, P. M. Young and D. Zimmerle, “Optimal Selection of Generators in a Microgrid for Fuel Usage Minimization,” ready for submission.
Y. Han, P. M. Young and D. Zimmerle, “Optimum Generation Units Dispatch for Fuel Consumption Minimization,” 50th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and European Control Conference (CDC-ECC), pp. 7206-7211,dec. 2011
Y. Han, P. M. Young and D. Zimmerle, “Optimal Selection of Generators in a Microgrid for Fuel Usage Minimization,” accepted in 2013 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting.
Y. Han, P. M. Young and D. Zimmerle, “Microgrid Generators Optimal Selection for Fuel Consumption Minimization by using KKT Conditions,” accepted in 2013 IEEE Power & Energy Society General meeting.
Program of Study: