Power System Supervision Software for Reconfiguration and Damage Mitigation
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11750 Beltsville Drive, 3rd Floor, Beltsville, MD, 20705
AbstractThe objective of the project is the development of algorithms and associated computational tools for supervision of reconfigurable shipboard power systems based on advanced dynamical descriptions. The use of appropriate abstraction makes it possible to pose the questions related to the development of automated power system management in a systematic setting. Furthermore, we propose several innovative techniques for modeling, analysis and software design to address the challenges in the management of and automation of functions required for supervision, reconfiguration and damage mitigation of shipboard power systems. We will deliver an integrated software system leveraging established symbolic processing, numerical control and data management tools. In Phase I, using benchmark scenarios, we will establish the utility of the software tools to handle switched, nonlinear models operating close to stability limits. We will demonstrate the feasibility of the designed algorithms to meet the performance and stability requirements of shipboard systems. The successful completion of the project will result in delivery of software ready for integration into designed power system architectures for the electric ship.
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