This paper proposes the fractional-order modeling for sliding mode control of a complex four-dimensional energy-saving and emission-reduction system (ESERS). In the proposed methodology, the fractional calculus techniques are employed to accurately model the dynamics of the ESERS, and the fractional-order model of the energy-saving and emission-reduction system (FOESERS) is formulated. With the proposed FOESERS, all of the equilibrium points and the corresponding eigenvalues are obtained, and the instability region and the state trajectories of FOESERS are also given. The FOESERS can represent complex dynamic behaviours with chaotic and unstable states on the energy conservation, carbon emissions, economic growth, and renewable energy development, and have a great impact on the formulation of government energy policies. Furthermore, based on the fractional Lyapunov stability and robust control theory, a sliding-mode controller is designed to control the FOESERS with model uncertainties and external disturbances to the equilibrium point in the finite time. Finally, simulation results confirm the effectiveness and robustness of the proposed scheme.
|Journal||International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems Engineering|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
- Energy saving
- Emission reduction
- Fractional order
- Renewable energy
- Sliding-mode control