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Integrated Voltage and Power Flow Management Considering the Cost of Opera in Active Distribution Networks
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Integrated Voltage and Power Flow Management Considering the Cost of Opera in Active Distribution Networks
Xu, Tao; Guo, Lingxu; Wei, Wei; Wang, Xiaoxue; Wang, Chengshan; Lin, Jun; Li, Tianchu;
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 Abstract
The increasing penetration of distributed energy resources on the distribution networks have brought a number of technical impacts where voltage and thermal variations have been identified as the dominant effects. Active network management in distribution networks aims to integrate distributed energy resources with flexible network management so that distributed energy resources are organized to make better use of existing capacity and infrastructure. This paper propose active solutions which aims to solve the voltage and thermal issues in a distributed manner utilizing a collaborative approach. The proposed algorithms have been fully tested on a distribution network with distributed generation units.
 Keywords
Active distribution networkk;Voltage control;Power flow management;Distributed energy resource;Multiple agent system;
 Language
English
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