Development of Robust and Modular Tactical Microgrids [video]
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Tactical microgrids have the potential to deliver reliable and efficient power to support critical missions operating in the most austere locations. However, the small scale of tactical systems produce difficult dynamics, which make tactical microgrid design difficult. Current systems require either, expert users to commission every microgrid at installation, or rely on proprietary single-vendor equipment. These approaches demand either an extensively trained user, or a closed ecosystem expensive to modify and expand. Thus, a major technical gap inhibiting tactical microgrid deployment is the lack of an open, modular, and scalable solution. This talk will present Lincoln Laboratory's efforts to develop robust control algorithms, system modeling and test techniques, and open standards to enable broader adoption of tactical microgrids.
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