Research on Optimal Flow Control of Distributed Network Containing DG Power
Shanlin Cui, Hui Lv
Available Online March 2014.
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- electricity; technology; accident; algorithm; flow
- Along with the construction of smart grid in China and the gradual implementation of the electricity market, the traditional mode of centralized power supply has been unable to meet the social demand for electricity, distributed power supply has become a new trend in the future development of the electric power grid. The introduction of distributed power generation technology can not only solve abuses of the centralized power ,for example large investment, long construction period, regulation is not flexible and the scope of the accident, which can effectively solve the world energy crisis and environmental pollution problems. Due to the introduction of distributed generation in distribution network, which will appear a lot of new node types, if using traditional algorithm is often difficult to achieve the desired effect with these nodes, and power flow calculation is the base of a distribution network, other research work .Therefore, distribution network power flow studies with distributed power calculation is very important. Through theoretical derivation and experimental verification, based asynchronous generator power voltage model for wind farm in the determination of static voltage stability analysis of wind power, the simulation model of wind power system voltage to achieve optimal power flow.
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TY - CONF AU - Shanlin Cui AU - Hui Lv PY - 2014/03 DA - 2014/03 TI - Research on Optimal Flow Control of Distributed Network Containing DG Power BT - 2014 International Conference on Mechatronics, Control and Electronic Engineering (MCE-14) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 667 EP - 670 SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/mce-14.2014.149 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/mce-14.2014.149 ID - Cui2014/03 ER -