The control and protection algorithms for the considered class of dynamic facilities with a tunable structure are considered. Their relevance follows from the concepts of the development of the electric power industry—smart grid, digital substation and outsourcing services. The properties of this class of dynamic objects are spatial distribution, many options for changing the structure and motion in vibrational circuits at natural frequencies from ultra-high to ultra-low. The input coordinate of the dynamic objects is the vector of the change in the structure of the object. The output coordinate is the power of a special semantic signal about the state of the facilities. Their management is carried out as part of the stabilisation system of the normal operation of the facility. Stabilisation is achieved by the criterion of the minimum deviation of the power of the semantic signal from the ‘normal mode’ setting of operation. Executive bodies rebuild the structure of the dynamic facility in a pulsed, programmatic way, using the possibilities of self-healing and resource reservation. If stabilisation is not possible, the damaged area is excluded from the facility. The problem of the stability of the system turned out to be the lack of sufficient information about the state of the object and the similarity of the structure and significance of unrecognisable semantic situations to the main situations. Control algorithms are synthesised by the developed structural-informational (SI) method of dynamic pattern recognition.
Part of the book: Automation and Control