ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Corona Ring Optimization for Different Cases of Polymer Insulators Based on its Size and Distance
This paper describes the impact of the distance and the size of the corona ring, on the magnitude anddistribution of electrical potential across the polymer insulators. The procedure is based on finiteelement method numerical analysis and stochastic optimization algorithm of differential evolution(DE). The optimal selection of corona ring has a significant impact on the control of potential and,consequently, on dielectric strengths, both inside and outside the insulator. This method is used foroptimized determining of the size and the distance of corona ring from polymer insulators in existingstructures.
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Corona
electrical field
FEM
Optimization
polymer
Size
B.Marungsri, H.Shinokubo, R.Matsuoka and
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S.Kumagai, "Effect of Specimen Configuration
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on Deterioration of Silicone Rubber for
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Polymer Insulators in Salt Fog Ageing Test",
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IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and
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Electrical Insulation, vol. 13, no. 1, February
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Optimization by Electrode Contour
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Multi-objective Based Optimization Using Tap Setting Transformer, DG and Capacitor Placement in Distribution Networks
In this article, a multi-objective function for placement of Distributed Generation (DG) and capacitors with thetap setting of Under Load Tap Changer (ULTC) Transformer is introduced. Most of the recent articles have paidless attention to DG, capacitor placement and ULTC effects in the distribution network simultaneously. Insimulations, a comparison between different modes was carried out with, and without tap setting of ULTC.Simultaneous DG, capacitor placement, and ULTC transformer tap setting improve the voltage profile of loadbuses globally. In addition, they can also reduce loss and increase Available Transfer Capability (ATC). TheIEEE 41-bus radial distribution network is used to illustrate the effectiveness and feasibility of the proposedapproach.
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DG placement
Capacitor Placement
ULTC Transformer
Loss reduction
Voltage profile
available transfer capability
multi-objective function
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Sizing of Capacitor Banks in Distorted
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Placement for Loss Reduction of Distribution
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Load Buses for DG placement Based on Loss
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Active and Reactive Powers,” 43rd
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International Universities Power Engineering
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Conf. (UPEC), Padova, Italy, (on CD) 1-4 Sep
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
A Novel Reference Current Calculation Method for Shunt Active Power Filters using a Recursive Algebraic Approach
This paper presents a novel method to calculate the reference source current and the referencecompensating current for shunt active power filters (SAPFs). This method first calculates theamplitude and phase of the fundamental load current from a recursive algebraic approach blockbefore calculating the displacement power factor. Next, the amplitude of the reference mains currentis computed with the corresponding phase voltage. Finally, the difference between the actual loadcurrent and the reference source current is considered the reference compensating current to bedelivered by the SAPF. The proposed method is presented and applied to the control system of thevoltage source converter of SAPFs. The performance of the proposed method in reducing harmonicsand improving the power factor is examined with a SAPF simulation model. The results are comparedwith the instantaneous active and reactive p-q power theory as other reference generation method.
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Power Quality
p-q theory
recursive algebraic approach
reference source current
shunt active power filter
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Improved Binary Particle Swarm Optimization Based TNEP Considering Network Losses, Voltage Level, and Uncertainty in Demand
Transmission network expansion planning (TNEP) is an important component of power system planning. Itdetermines the characteristics and performance of the future electric power network and influences the powersystem operation directly. Different methods have been proposed for the solution of the static transmissionnetwork expansion planning (STNEP) problem till now. But in all of them, STNEP problem considering thenetwork losses, voltage level and uncertainty in demand has not been solved by improved binary particle swarmoptimization (IBPSO) algorithm. Binary particle swarm optimization (BPSO) is a new population-basedintelligence algorithm and exhibits good performance on the solution of the large-scale and nonlinearoptimization problems. However, it has been observed that standard BPSO algorithm has prematureconvergence when solving a complex optimization problem like STNEP. To resolve this problem, in this study,an IBPSO approach is proposed for the solution of the STNEP problem considering network losses, voltagelevel, and uncertainty in demand. The proposed algorithm has been tested on a real transmission network of theAzerbaijan regional electric company and compared with BPSO. The simulation results show that consideringthe losses even for transmission expansion planning of a network with low load growth is caused thatoperational costs decreases considerably and the network satisfies the requirement of delivering electric powermore reliable to load centers. In addition, regarding the convergence curves of the two methods, it can be seenthat precision of the proposed algorithm for the solution of the STNEP problem is more than BPSO.
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STNEP
network losses
voltage level
uncertainty in demand
IBPSO
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Optimal Location and Parameter Settings of UPFC Device in Transmission System based on Imperialistic Competitive Algorithm
In this paper, we present a new method to determine the optimal location and parameter settings of UnifiedPower Flow Controller (UPFC) for removing voltage violations and transmission lines overloading. UPFC isconsidered as the most powerful member of the FACTS devices, that it can control shunt and series power flow.This option gives to UPFC the power to control the voltage profile and transmission lines flow simultaneously.We used the Imperialistic Competitive Algorithm (ICA) to determine the optimal location and optimal parametersettings of UPFC to improve the performance of the power system specially removing voltage violations in thebuses and solving transmission lines overloading to increase loadability in the power networks. This procedureis proposed to be applied on IEEE 14 bus system to show the validity of the method.
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Imperialistic Competitive Algorithm (ICA)
Loadability
Optimal Location
Optimal settings
Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC)
Voltage profile
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Optimization of Conventional Stabilizers Parameter of Two Machine Power System Linked by SSSC Using CHSA Technique
This paper presents a method for damping of low frequency oscillations (LFO) in a power system. The powersystem contains static synchronous series compensators (SSSC) which using a chaotic harmony searchalgorithm (CHSA), optimizes the lead-lag damping stabilizer. In fact, the main target of this paper isoptimization of selected gains with the time domain-based objective function, which is solved by chaoticharmony search algorithm. The performance of the proposed two-machine power system equipped with SSSC isevaluated under various disturbances and operating conditions and compared to power system stabilizer (PSS).The effectiveness of the proposed SSSC controller to damp out of oscillations, over a wide range of operatingconditions and variation of system parameters is shown in simulation results and analysis.
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SSSC
Chaotic Harmony Search
Conventional Stabilizer
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