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Technical and Economical Assessment of using Static Compensators for Improving Power Quality in Distribution Power Systems


Author : Reza Tajik

Pages : 555-564, DOI: https://doi.org/10.14741/ijcet/v.8.3.11
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Abstract

Nowadays, various issues regarding the power quality have been widely considered. Regarding to the progress made in power electronics in recent years, the best way to improve the reliability of reducing voltage deviations, reducing losses, and generally providing high quality to consumers is to use custom power devices (CPDs). Series, parallel, or hybrid devices come from a subset of CPDs such as a dynamic voltage restorer, distribution static compensator, and unified power quality conditioner. In this work, the purpose of place these devices are to achieve various goals of improving power quality and reducing system costs. To achieve these goals, at first, the problem of single-objective optimization for each of the objective functions was solved separately. After determining the optimal value of each of the objective functions, the fuzzy membership functions for each of the objective functions were suitably optimized for each objective function. A mixed integer genetic algorithm was used to find the optimal answer to this multi-objective problem. The simulation results show that the proposed algorithm has worked well to find the optimal solution. The results of multi-objective planning proposed in this study show that with proper planning, it can be done at a low cost and even with a relatively high profit to cost and with the proper place of CPDs, to solve issues related to power quality issues in distribution networks.

Keywords: Technical and economical assessment, static compensators, power quality, distribution power systems

Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.8, No.3 (May/June 2018)

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