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A Study on the Reliability Analysis in LVDC Distribution System Considering Layout
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A Study on the Reliability Analysis in LVDC Distribution System Considering Layout
Kim, Chung-Mo; No, Chul-Ho; Han, Joon; Oh, Yun-Sik; Kim, Hyun-Soo; Baek, In-Ho; Kim, Chul-Hwan;
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 Abstract
At the end of the 19th century, Edison`s DC power system and Tesla`s AC power system was debated in power market. Finally, AC system became the primary system of the power market because both step-up and step-down of voltage by using transformer and long-distance power transmission are easily possible. However, nowadays the power market takes some action for introducing DC system. Both domestic and foreign researchers are conducting the study on the DC system as well. Some researchers have conducted the studies on power quality and economic evaluation of the DC distribution system but DC distribution system is still controversial in terms of the effectiveness and reliability. In this paper, we calculate the reliability indices of the Low Voltage Direct Current(LVDC) distribution system considering arrangement of power electronics, layout of the distribution system, and distance between load points.
 Keywords
Converter Arrangement;LVDC Distribution System;Reliability Index;System Layout;
 Language
Korean
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