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Integration of the dispersed generators in the distribution management system
Since the 80s huge efforts have been made to utilize renewable energy sources to generate electric power. An important issue about using renewable energy sources is a Distribution Management System (DMS) in presence of ...
Minimal cross-subsidies approach for loss allocation in distribution networks with open access
Open access philosophy applied by regulatory agencies may lead to a scenario where captive consumers will solely face the responsibility on distribution network's losses even with Independent Energy Producers (also known ...
Investigation into the impact of embedded generators on distribution system performance using theorem of superposition
Since the 1980s, huge efforts have been made to utilise renewable energy sources to generate electric power. One of the interesting issues about embedded generators is the question of optimal placement and sizing of the ...
Contribution of distributed generators to the harmonic distortion in low voltage power network
In the last 20 years immense efforts have been made to utilize renewable energy sources for electric power generation. This paper investigates some aspects of integration of the distributed generators into the low voltage ...
Harmonic propagation analysis in electric energy distribution systems
An important alteration of the equivalent loads profile has been observed in the electrical energy distribution systems, for the last years. Such fact is due to the significant increment of the electronic processors of ...
Improving the grid operation and reliability cost of distribution systems with dispersed generation
In this work, a mathematical model to analyze the impact of the installation and operation of dispersed generation units in power distribution systems is proposed. The main focus is to determine the trade-off between the ...