Improving the Performance of a VSG in the Distorted Grid Using Third-Order Generalized Integrator

Ramin Arjmandzadeh; Mahdi Banejad; Ali Akbarzadeh Kalat

Volume 3, Issue 1 , January 2024, Pages 1-8


  In conventional power systems, most of the power is produced by synchronous generators in the electric grid that have heavy and rotating rotors. As a result, there is an inherent inertia in the rotor of these generators. The presence of inertia in the grid prevents sudden frequency changes during imbalance ...  Read More

Voltage and Frequency Control Considering Disturbance in Input Power of DG

Ali Morsagh Dezfuli; Mahyar Abasi; Mohammad Esmaeil Hasanzadeh; Mahmood Joorabian

Volume 3, Issue 1 , January 2024, Pages 9-18


  The utilization of distributed generation (DG) in today's power systems has led to the emergence of the concept of microgrids, in addition to changing the mode of generating and supplying the energy required for network electrical loads. When a microgrid operates in the island mode, energy generation ...  Read More