Numerical Simulation of Optimized Placement of Distibuted Generators in Standard Radial Distribution System Using Improved Computations

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Puneet Sharma
Pawan Kumar Tiwari


The need for energy globally has increased recently. Additionally, the idea of distributed generation is propelled by the absence of suitable transmission capacity, exaggerated transmission and distribution disasters, and the release of power advertising. Numerous benefits of distributed generation (DG) include a decrease in energy loss during force transfer and a reduction in the length and width of electrical cables. By lowering power quality and other problems, the use of the DGs with the current force distribution arrangements may enhance the intensity standard. The impacts of distributed generators (DGs) are discussed in this article in relation to various operating situations and the voltage measurement output of the regulator, which is typically accessible in grid interface. The investigation's goals are to locate the best DG connection point in the DS, reduce the power and voltage profile, and improve compliance with the power efficiency limitations. The procedure has been simulated in the MATLAB Simulink system using the Institute of Electricity's test system (IEEE), and the results are displayed using numerical simulation. As a result, the system voltage profile was improved.

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Puneet Sharma, & Pawan Kumar Tiwari. (2022). Numerical Simulation of Optimized Placement of Distibuted Generators in Standard Radial Distribution System Using Improved Computations. International Journal on Recent Technologies in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, 9(3), 10–17.


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