Publisher : The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
DOI : 10.5370/JEET.2014.9.1.001
Title & Authors
Feeder Loop Line Control for the Voltage Stabilization of Distribution Network with Distributed Generators Jeong, Bong-Sang; Chun, Yeong-Han;
When renewable sources are connected to the distribution network in the form of a distributed generators(DGs), the effect of intermittent output appears as voltage fluctuation. The surplus power at the consumer ends results in the reverse power flow to the distribution network. This reverse power flow causes several problems to the distribution network such as overvoltage. Application of the reactive power control equipment and power flow control by means of BTB inverter have been suggested as the general solutions to overcome the overvoltage, but they are not economically feasible since they require high cost devices. Herein, we suggest the feeder loop line switch control method to solve the problem.
Feeder loop line control;Distributed generation;Distribution network control;
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