Power System Stability using Doubly-Fed Induction Generator and Unified Power Flow Controller
This paper deals with the importance of real and reactive power loss which keeps on increasing with booming demand for electrical power due to domestic and industrial utilities in power system network. There are many effective ways of delivering electrical energy with reduced losses that utilizes technologies like Flexible AC Transmission System devices and renewable sources of energy like wind power, Solar Photovoltaic, etc. These methods also help in maintaining the voltage profile of power system (0.9 per unit-1.1 per unit). The proposed methodology in this paper is integration of Double Fed Induction Generator with Unified Power Flow Controller in a 30 bus system to reduce real, reactive power loss and also to improve the voltage profile. IEEE 30 bus system is utilized here to perform this analysis with the help of Power System Analysis Tool box in Mat-Lab.
Keywords- DFIG, Voltage magnitude, real power loss, reactive power loss, UPFC.
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M.Muthuvel,  Dr.G.Udhayakumar,   "Power System Stability using Doubly-Fed Induction Generator and Unified Power Flow Controller"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.6, Issue 4, pp.74-85, October 2018, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR1804015.pdf