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Title: Reassessment of voltage stability for distribution networks in presence of DG
Authors: Jaser, Sa'ed
Jubran, Mohammad
Favuzza, Salvatore
Fabio, Massaro
Keywords: Distributed generation of electric power;Electric power system stability;Electric power system stability indexes
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: There is a growing interest in integrating renewable energy based distributed generation (DG) in the electrical power distribution networks. The installation of DG units at distribution level impacts critically the planning and operation characteristics of the network. The type, location, number and capacity of the integrated DGs affects system behavior and performance. In this paper the effect of installing new DGs on the distribution network voltage stability is studied. The optimal location of the newly installed DGs are decided based on the Power Stability Index (PSI) and Voltage Stability Index (VSI). Moreover, Voltage Stability Margin (VSM) of the interconnected DG distribution network is demonstrated for different scenarios
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