Analysis of the Hybrid Power System's Maiden Voltage Control Using a Dynamic Voltage Restorer
Dr.M.Sangeetha, P.Gunavathi, G.Purusothman
Parabolic trough solar power (PSP), Dish-Stirling solar power (DSP), Permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG), Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR), mine blast algorithm (MBA)
This work is a first attempt to improve the voltage stability of a hybrid power system (HPS) made up of a diesel generator, Parabolic Trough Solar Power (PSP), and Dish-Stirling Solar Power (DSP) (DG). While PSP using a permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) doesn't require reactive power for excitation, DSP paired with an induction generator does in order to magnetise its field winding. It makes sense to conclude that PSP lowers the reactive power needed for its own operation while still being able to provide the same load demand at low voltage compensation. Higher voltage stability is achieved by requiring less voltage adjustment. Additionally, the system's dynamic responses have been improved as a result of the HPS's integration of Voltage Compensating Devices. Static Var Compensator (SVC), Static Synchronous Compensator (STATCOM), and Dynamic Voltage Restorer are examples of voltage control devices (VCDs) (DVR). By including FACTS devices, the likelihood of transient voltage instability is decreased. To determine the system's viability and practicality, HPS with FACTS devices under PSP has been put to the critical change in load with positive and negative infinite slope at regular intervals of time. The suggested system's graphical and numerical analysis clearly demonstrates that the proposed HPS with PSP maintains the system voltage stability with a significant margin under DVR. Because PSP and DVR are present, an efficient hybrid power system has been created to preserve the system's voltage reliability.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 8

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