Voltage stability index and APFC for performance improvement of modern power systems with intense renewables

Pradeep Singh, Rajive Tiwari, Mukesh Kumar Shah, Khaleequr Rahman Niazi, Nand Kishor Meena, Saurabh Ratra

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In this study, a newly developed amalgam power flow controller (APFC) is used for better controllability and voltage stability enhancement of modern power system with deep renewable penetration. A new voltage stability index is proposed to determine the potential site of APFC and then Grey Wolf optimisation based on fuzzy logic is adopted to determine the optimal parameter settings of the APFC. A quarter cosine and exponential fuzzy membership function have been used to find out membership value of diverse objectives. The multi-objective problem is formulated considering three different objectives of conflicting nature. The proposed optimisation framework is implemented on an IEEE benchmark system of 30 buses for different cases. The comparison of simulation results reveals the effectiveness of the proposed model.
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Journal of Engineering
Early online date15 Mar 2019
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Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 15 Mar 2019

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Fuzzy logic

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Singh, Pradeep ; Tiwari, Rajive ; Shah, Mukesh Kumar ; Niazi, Khaleequr Rahman ; Meena, Nand Kishor ; Ratra, Saurabh. / Voltage stability index and APFC for performance improvement of modern power systems with intense renewables. In: The Journal of Engineering . 2019.
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