Optimal Sizing of Fixed Capacitor Banks Placed on a Distorted Interconnected Distribution Networks by Genetic Algorithms
Galal Sayed, A (Engineering Consultants Group, Cairo, Egypt) ; Hosam K M, Y (Electric Power and Machine Dept., Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt)
Abstract: In this paper, the optimal sizing of fixed capacitor banks problem in a distorted interconnected distribution system is formulated and solved by a Genetic Algorithm (GA) solution technique to minimize the cost of power production and capacitor banks under the constraints include voltage limits , sizes of installed capacitors and Total Harmonic Distortion (THD), the algorithm is applied on IEEE 30-bus test system and the results are given for different cases: Light and heavy harmonic cases. Computer simulation shows that the harmonic components affect the optimal capacitor sizing.
Keyword(s): EEEIC ; interconnected distribution system ; capacitor banks ; harmonics ; power quality ; genetic algorithm
Note: Proceedings of the 7th Int. Conference EEEIC 2008, Cottbus, 5-11.05.2008, pp. 49-54
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