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Bifurcations, Chaos and Crises in Power System Voltage Collapse
Bifurcations occurring in power system models exhibiting voltage collapse have been the subject of several recent studies. Although such models have been shown to admit a variety of bifurcation phenomena, the view that ...
Dynamic Bifurcations in a Power System Model Exhibiting Voltage Collapse
Dynamic bifurcations, including Hopf and period-doubling bifurcations, are found to occur in a power system dynamic model recently employed in voltage collapse studies. The occurrence of dynamic bifurcations is ascertained ...
Bifurcation Control of chaotic Dynamical Systems
A nonlinear system which exhibits bifurcations, transient chaos, and fully developed chaos is considered, with the goal of illustrating the role of two ideas in the control of chaotic dynamical systems. The first of these ...
Control of Nonlinear Phenomena at the Inception of Voltage Collapse
Nonlinear Phenomena, including bifurcations and chaos, occurring in power system models exhibiting voltage collapse have been the subject of several recent studies. These nonlinear phenomena have been determined to be ...
Feedback Control of Bifurcation and Chaos in Dynamical Systems
Feedback control of bifurcation and chaos in nonlinear dynamical systems is discussed. The article summarizes some of the recent work in this area, including both theory and applications. Stabilization of period doubling ...
Feedback Stabilization of PWM DC-DC Converters
Feedback stabilization of the nominal periodic operating conditionof PWM DC-DC converters is considered, using recentlydeveloped general sampled-data models. Two types of discrete-time washout filter aided feedback ...