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Modeling and analysis of a multibus reticulation network with multiple DG. Part II. Electrical fault analysis

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1 Author(s)
Davidson, I.E. ; Sch. of Electr., Electron. & Comput., Univ. of Kwazulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa

For pt.I see ibid., vol.2 p.805-10. A significant growth in the utilization of autonomous- and distributed power sources deployed at subtransmission (132 - 22 kV) and reticulation levels (< 22 kV) in stand-alone or grid connection notations has been seen. In many electricity industries across the world. With electricity industry reform, an open access regime is a standard policy governing the transmission grid, thus providing for full competition at generation and distribution end of the electricity delivery value chain. It has become necessary to investigate the technical and economic impact future connections of distributed generators will have on electric power distribution networks, and evaluate some of these effects of power sector deregulation. This work presents the modeling and analysis of a multibus reticulation network with multiple distributed generation (DG) injection. Results for the dynamic performance, steady-state and fault condition are presented and discussed.

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AFRICON, 2004. 7th AFRICON Conference in Africa  (Volume:2 )

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15-17 Sept. 2004