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2019 IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC)
This paper presents an analysis and experimental validation of dispatchable virtual oscillator control (dVOC) for inverter-dominated power systems. dVOC is a promising decentralized control strategy that requires only local measurements to induce grid-forming behavior with programmable droop characteristics. It is dispatchable-i.e., the inverters can vary their power generation via user-defined power set-points and guarantees strong stability. To verify its feasibility, a testbed comprisingdoi:10.1109/apec.2019.8722028 fatcat:zri4kqtdvjghxdodphzi3sgdau