Coordinated voltage control in 3 phase unbalanced distribution system with multiple regulators using genetic algorithm

R. Shivarudrswamy, D. N. Gaonkar, Sanjeev K. Nayak

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Abstract

The continued interest in the distributed generation in recent years is leading to a number of generators connected to distribution network. The introduction of DG in the distribution system changes the operating features and has significant technical impact. One of the main obstacle for high DG penetration in the distribution feeder is the voltage rise effect. Present network design practice is to limit the generator capacity to a level at which the upper voltage limit is not exceeding; this reduces the efficiency of DG system. This paper presents an efficient algorithm for voltage control in 3 phase unbalanced system with multiple voltage regulators. The genetic algorithm is successfully applied on 13 bus unbalanced radial system for different load conditions to control the voltage level. The voltage profiles are improved & are within the specified limits with optimal setting of voltage regulators like Load ratio transformer (LRT), Static Var Compensator (SVC), Shunt Capacitor (SC) and DGs reactive power for providing smooth voltage profiles at all the load conditions.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1199-1206
Number of pages8
JournalEnergy Procedia
Volume14
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 01-01-2012
Event2011 2nd International Conference on Advances in Energy Engineering, ICAEE 2011 - Bangkok, Thailand
Duration: 27-12-201128-12-2011

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Voltage control
Genetic algorithms
Electric potential
Voltage regulators
Distributed power generation
Reactive power
Electric power distribution
Capacitors

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