Effect of optimal multi-DG siting and sizing in transmission system using hybrid optimization technique for loss control

Sharifah A. Shaaya, Ismail Musirin, Shahril I. Sulaiman, Mohd H. Mansor, Sharifah A.S. Mustaffa, Karmila Kamil

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The advancement of Distributed Generation (DG) technologies have caused great impact to power system operation. The installation of DG has been expanded in both the transmission and distribution systems. Improper planning of DGs installation may lead to over-compensation or under-compensation. Thus, a reliable optimization is urgent to alleviate any undesirable event. This paper analyses the impact of multi-DGs installation utilizing a pre-developed hybrid optimization technique termed as Immunized-Brainstorm-Evolutionary Programming (IBSEP). It is imperative to study the effect of multi-DGs installation such that a relevant utility can make a correct decision, whether its installation is worth or vice versa. Rigorous study has been conducted in terms of identifying the optimal location and sizing, installed on transmission system for loss control involving different DG types. Comprehensive results embedded in this paper show that more optimal DGs of a particular type are superior to the other in controlling transmission system loss.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2526-2533
Number of pages8
JournalInternational Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology
Volume9
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019

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Distributed power generation
Hybrid systems
Evolutionary algorithms
Planning
Compensation and Redress

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  • Environmental Engineering
  • Engineering(all)
  • Computer Science Applications

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Effect of optimal multi-DG siting and sizing in transmission system using hybrid optimization technique for loss control. / Shaaya, Sharifah A.; Musirin, Ismail; Sulaiman, Shahril I.; Mansor, Mohd H.; Mustaffa, Sharifah A.S.; Kamil, Karmila.

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