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Loss Minimization through the Allocation of DGs Considering the Stochastic Nature of Units

Sirat, Ali Parsa (2018): Loss Minimization through the Allocation of DGs Considering the Stochastic Nature of Units. Published in: International Journal of Engineering Innovation & Research , Vol. 7, No. 2 (2018): pp. 113-118.

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Abstract

Smart grid as the cleaner alternative to the legacy power system can improve technical, economical, and environmental aspects of the system up to a considerable degree. In smart grids, Distributed Generation (DG) units; which play an important role, should be optimally allocated. In this paper, DG placement is conducted with the goal of loss minimization of the grid considering the technical limitations associated with the voltage profile of the buses as well as the stochastic nature of the DGs. In this paper, three different kinds of DGs are included which are wind turbines, solar panels, and biomass generators. The results related to the case study which is IEEE standard 33 bus system reveals that the costs can be dramatically decreased.

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