A Review on impact of Power Losses & enhancing of Techno-Economic Feasibility in a radial urban distribution system
Author(s):
Roshan R, Ravishankar B S , Dr. Mohan N
Keywords:
Distribution Generation (DG), Distribution Network, Loss Minimization Techniques, simulation modeling.
Abstract
As the world's energy consumption has risen at an exponential rate. Coal, oil, and gas are all conventional energy sources that are gradually diminishing. As a consequence, there is an urgent need to conserve what we have and to explore alternative sources of energy. So the future of power systems is motivated by the necessity to preserve the conventional energy resources and also the impact of climatic change on the greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere. This could be a huge challenge for the modern electricity generation and transmission infrastructure. Distributed generations will therefore attract a lot of attention (DGs). Different renewable energy resources combine with diverse conventional sources and energy storage in distributed generation integration, which is one of the main principles in upcoming power system network. The maximum amount of loss arises in this system. Various Simulative modelling, Analytical modeling, as well as Metaheuristics modeling for an ideal placement of DG have been derived and they are offering improved accuracy and convergent. Loss reduction strategies in distribution generation are being researched in order to provide better quality, which results to increased system stability and reduced annual downtime expenditures. As a result, understanding the consequences of DG losses on the electrical distribution system is a crucial and complicated process.
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Unique Paper ID: 154298

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 10

Page(s): 480 - 486
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