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Optimal Placement of Renewable Distributed Generators in Radial Distribution System using PSO


Sivasai Jonnadula , SITAMS,chittoor; M.S.Giridhar, SITAMS,chittoor


Distributed Generation, Particle Swarm Optimization, Renewable DG Types


This paper presents a Renewable distribution generation (DG) allocation strategy to boost node voltage and power loss of 69-bus radial distribution systems exploitation particle swarm improvement (PSO). the target is to reduce active power losses whereas keep the voltage profiles within the network among such that limit. The correlation between load and renewable resources has been nullified by dividing the study amount into many phases and treating every segment severally. To handle the uncertainties related to load and renewable resources, probabilistic techniques are used. 2 operation methods, specifically “turning off turbine generator” and “clipping turbine generator output”, have additionally been adopted to limit the alternative energy dispatch to a specified fraction of system load for system stability thought. to cut back the search area and thereby to reduce the process burden, a sensitivity analysis technique has been utilized which provides a collection of locations appropriate for weight unit placement. The solutions lead to significant loss reduction and voltage profile improvement.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I60582
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 6
Publication Date: 01/09/2015
Page(s): 1138-1144

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