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Title: A Multi-Stage Restoration Method for Medium-Voltage Distribution System With DGs
Authors: Feng Wang;Chun Chen;Canbing Li;Yijia Cao;Yong Li;Bin Zhou;Xuzhu Dong
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A fast and effective service restoration method is proposed for medium-voltage distribution system with distributed generators by combining intentional islanding of distributed generators with network reconfiguration to maximize restoration of out-of-service loads. The whole process is divided into four stages: 1) matching islanding schemes; 2) restoration of network connectivity and distributed generators; 3) network reconfiguration; and 4) optimization of load shedding. Whether the last three stages are executed or not depends on violations of operational constraints. In accordance with the topological feature of distribution system, a new concept of fundamental loop matrix is presented and applied in detecting out-of-service areas, restoration of network connectivity, and network reconfiguration. Simulation studies on the PG&E 69-bus system shows the effectiveness of the proposed approach.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/219874
volume: 8
issue: 6
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Title: A Multi-Stage Restoration Method for Medium-Voltage Distribution System With DGs
Authors: Feng Wang;Chun Chen;Canbing Li;Yijia Cao;Yong Li;Bin Zhou;Xuzhu Dong
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A fast and effective service restoration method is proposed for medium-voltage distribution system with distributed generators by combining intentional islanding of distributed generators with network reconfiguration to maximize restoration of out-of-service loads. The whole process is divided into four stages: 1) matching islanding schemes; 2) restoration of network connectivity and distributed generators; 3) network reconfiguration; and 4) optimization of load shedding. Whether the last three stages are executed or not depends on violations of operational constraints. In accordance with the topological feature of distribution system, a new concept of fundamental loop matrix is presented and applied in detecting out-of-service areas, restoration of network connectivity, and network reconfiguration. Simulation studies on the PG&E 69-bus system shows the effectiveness of the proposed approach.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/219874
volume: 8
issue: 6
More Information: 2627,
2636
Appears in Collections:2017

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7428966.pdf1.85 MBAdobe PDF
Title: A Multi-Stage Restoration Method for Medium-Voltage Distribution System With DGs
Authors: Feng Wang;Chun Chen;Canbing Li;Yijia Cao;Yong Li;Bin Zhou;Xuzhu Dong
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A fast and effective service restoration method is proposed for medium-voltage distribution system with distributed generators by combining intentional islanding of distributed generators with network reconfiguration to maximize restoration of out-of-service loads. The whole process is divided into four stages: 1) matching islanding schemes; 2) restoration of network connectivity and distributed generators; 3) network reconfiguration; and 4) optimization of load shedding. Whether the last three stages are executed or not depends on violations of operational constraints. In accordance with the topological feature of distribution system, a new concept of fundamental loop matrix is presented and applied in detecting out-of-service areas, restoration of network connectivity, and network reconfiguration. Simulation studies on the PG&E 69-bus system shows the effectiveness of the proposed approach.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/219874
volume: 8
issue: 6
More Information: 2627,
2636
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7428966.pdf1.85 MBAdobe PDF