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Development and Field Experiment in Conventional Distribution of Power under Microgrid System
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Volume 1, 2014
Issue 2 (June)
Pages: 17-22   |   Vol. 1, No. 2, June 2014   |   Follow on         
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Authors
[1]
Yuvaraja T., Department of Electrical and Electronics, Meenakshi Academy of Higher Education & Research, Chennai City, India.
[2]
Gopinath M., Department of Electrical and Electronics, Dr. NGP Institute of Technology, Coimbatore City, India.
Abstract
Power distribution systems should meet demands such as the value of high reliability, adaptation and efficiency of renewable energy generators (REGs) in a smart grid. In varying the power distribution systems are virtual in nature. The power flow merit in radial system is been estimated. In the view of REGs causes bidirectional power flow. Further, there are some limits to improvements in scholastics reliability and efficiency in a radial system. For optimizing the power supply, we consider an economic dispatch method which is modelled by using static programming (SP), prescribing the value power demand and supply information. The power requirement and supply costs are analyzed. In stream value, we can calculate the costs, that can be reduced through the value insists in smart grid data communications infrastructure.
Keywords
Renewable Energy Generator (REG), Static Programming (SP)
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