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An Adaptive Undervoltage Load Shedding Against Voltage Collapse Based Power Transfer Stability Index
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An Adaptive Undervoltage Load Shedding Against Voltage Collapse Based Power Transfer Stability Index
Nizam, Muhammad; Mohamed, Azah; Hussain, Aini;
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 Abstract
This paper highlights the comparison of a proposed methods named adaptive undervoltage load shedding based PTSI techniques for undervoltage load shedding and two previous methods named Fixed Shed Fixed Delay (FSFD) and Variable Shed Variable Delay (VSVD) for avoiding voltage collapse. There are three main area considerations in load shedding schemes as the amount of load to be shed, the timing of load shedding event, and the location where load shed is to be shed. The proposed method, named as adaptive UVLS based PTSI seem to be most appropriate among the uncoordinated schemes. From the simulation result can be shown the Adaptive UVLS based PTSI give faster response, accurate and very sensitive control for the UVLS control technique. This technique is effectively when calculating the amount to be shed. Therefore, it is possible to bring the voltage to the threshold value in one step. Thus, the adaptive load shedding can effectively reduce the computational time for control strategy.
 Keywords
Adaptive load shedding;UVLS;Voltage collapse;
 Language
English
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