GA BASED OPTIMAL SIZING & PLACEMENT OF DG FOR LOSS MINIMIZATION

      The distributed generator may play an increasingly important role in the electric power system infrastructure and market. The siting of the distributed generator in distribution feeders is likely to have an impact on the operations and control of power system, a system designed to operate with large, central generating facilities. This design provides a detailed analysis of GA based system power loss minimization approach and system energy loss minimization approach for optimal sizing and placement of DG in electrical power systems. The methods are presented to find optimal size and bus location for placing DG using power loss and energy loss minimization in a networked system based on bus admittance, generation information and load distribution of the system. The proposed methods are tested by simulations on the 16-bus system and 37-bus system.

Reference Paper: GA based Optimal Sizing & Placement of Distributed Generation for Loss Minimization
Author’s Name:  Deependra Singh, Devender Singh, and K. S. Verma
Source: PWASET
Year: 2007

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