Power Quality Index and Cost based on Load-Voltage Characteristics

부하의 전압특성을 고려한 모선별 전력품질 지표 및 가격 산정기법

  • 이근준 (충북과학대학 전기에너지시스템학과)
  • Published : 2003.04.01


In front of the opening of electric distribution market in 2004, it is indispensable to have a proper estimation of power quality index and rower quality cost calculation mechanism which are indispensable to stabilize highly industrialized society and to vitalize the Investment lot electric power system. However, there were not enough measures to reflect the voltage characteristics such as voltage sags and Interruptions which make electric load in unstable operation. This paper suggests power quality index and power quality cost which translate various kinds of voltage records into bus load drop index(BLDI) and bus power quality cost(BPQC) based on aggregated load CBEMA curve. A sample calculation result shows that this method can produces the acceptable power Quality index and costs for utilities and customers requirements.



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