A scalable distributed formal analysis (DFA) via reachable set computation is presented to efficiently evaluate the stability of networked microgrids under disturbances induced by distributed energy resources (DERs). With mathematical rigor, DFA can efficiently compute the boundaries of all possible dynamics in a distributed way, which are unattainable via traditional time-domain simulations or direct methods. A distributed quasi-diagonalized Geršgorin (DQG) theory is then combined with DFA to identify systems’ stability margins. A microgrid-oriented decomposition approach is established to decouple a networked microgrid system and enable calculations of DFA and DQG while also preserving the privacy of each subsystem. Numerical tests on a networked microgrid system validate that DFA and DQG facilitate the efficient calculation and analysis of networked microgrids’ stability.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Building and Construction
- Mechanical Engineering
- Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law