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Optimal Shunt Compensation for Improving Voltage Stability and Transfer Capability in Metropolitan Area of the Korean Power System
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 Title & Authors
Optimal Shunt Compensation for Improving Voltage Stability and Transfer Capability in Metropolitan Area of the Korean Power System
Choi, YunHyuk; Lee, Byongjun; Kim, TaeKyun;
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 Abstract
This paper deals with shunt compensation to eliminate voltage violation and enhance transfer capability, which is motivated towards implementation in the Korean power system. The optimal shunt compensation algorithm has demonstrated its effectiveness in terms of voltage accuracy and reducing the number of actions of reactive power compensating devices. The main shunt compensation devices are capacitor and reactor. Effects of control devices are evaluated by cost computations. The control objective at present is to keep the voltage profile of a key bus within constraints with minimum switching cost. A robust control strategy is proposed to make the control feasible and optimal for a set of power-flow cases that may occurs important event from system. Case studies with metropolitan area of the Korean power system are presented to illustrate the method.
 Keywords
Shunt compensation;Voltage stability;Transfer capability;Optimization;Key bus;
 Language
English
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