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Type: Artigo
Title: An analysis of steady-state and transient effects when adding a photovoltaic generator into the power distribution system
Author: Costa, Tatiane Silva
Narváez, Dante Inga
Silva, Michelle Kitayama da
Lopes, Davi Gabriel
Villalva, Marcelo Gradella
Abstract: In areas with access to the power distribution system, Photovoltaic Generators introduced to the electrical network appear as the viable economic and socio-environmental option for the generation of electrical energy. In contrast, this new scenario arises bringing impacts and new challenges to the distribution system. For example, violation of voltage levels at the connection points that can occur by the injection of active power. The main objective of this work is to analyze an electrical system with photovoltaic solar generator, and transient states. It is achieved an steady-state through simulations with the Newton-Raphson and Power Summation methods implemented in Matlab, for transient state, circuit simulations in PowerSim. In order to study the effects of the addition of a photovoltaic generator in the energy distribution system, data from a real network was used for better applicability of the results. Part of the IEEE 30-bus system was selected with some adjustments: use of the first 6 buses, generator connection on bus 5, exclusion of interconnection between buses 2 and 4. The results show that addition of photovoltaic generators can be an important part of a solution to the problem of voltage drop at the of the distribution network
Subject: Energia solar
Sistemas de energia fotovoltaica
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1109/INDUSCON.2018.8627184
Address: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8627184/authors#authors
Date Issue: 2019
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