A coordinated voltage support strategy for LV network with multiple DSTATCOMs
MetadataShow full item record
Voltage rise and drop are the main power quality challenges in Low Voltage (LV) network with Renewable Energy (RE) generators. This paper proposes a new voltage support strategy based on coordination of multiple Distribution Static Synchronous Compensators (DSTATCOMs) using consensus algorithm. The study focuses on LV network with PV as the RE source for customers. The proposed approach applied to a typical residential LV network and its advantages are shown comparing with other voltage control strategies.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Juanuwattanakul, Parachai (2012)Voltage instabilities and subsequent system collapses are considered as growing concerns in modern multiphase distribution networks as they are progressively forced to operate closer to their stability limits due to many ...
Fereidouni, Alireza; Masoum, M.; Moghbel, Moayed (2015)Among the four basic dynamic voltage restorer (DVR) topologies, the network-side shunt-connected DVR (NSSC-DVR) has a relatively poor performance and is investigated in this paper. A new configuration is proposed and ...
Voltage unbalance improvement in low voltage residential feeders with rooftop PVs using custom power devicesShahnia, Farhad; Ghosh, A.; Ledwich, G.; Zare, F. (2014)Voltage unbalance is a major power quality problem in low voltage residential feeders due to the random location and rating of single-phase rooftop photovoltaic cells (PV). In this paper, two different improvement methods ...