Wind integrated time series load flow analysis for a practical distribution system
Wind is a clean source of energy which is naturally available and has been replacing the harmful non-perennial conventional power plants such as Thermal, Hydro, Nuclear etc., The innovation in design has gradually reduced the cost to set up a wind power plant. This has increased the penetration of wind energy in the Distribution Network (DN). Being a seasonal power generation, wind energy integration in the distribution network has created many challenging issues like voltage stability, system reliability and power system network stability. Hence a thorough analysis of wind energy integration is needed to make the power system network more stable. This paper describes the dynamic behavior of the distribution system while integrating wind energy through time series analysis. The load flow is performed using Newton-Raphson method, with a variable load profile. Time series analysis is done which gives the performance characteristics of the system which is validated in a practical IEEE 123 test feeder.
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