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Design of benchmark of medium voltage distribution network for investigation of DG integration

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4 Author(s)
Rudion, K. ; Otto-von Guericke-Univ. ; Orths, A. ; Styczynski, Z.A. ; Strunz, K.

The widespread use of distributed generation (DG) relies on methods and techniques aimed at facilitating the network integration of DG. In this context a methodology for the evaluation of the quality and relative merits of these methods and techniques is missing. CIGRE Task Force C6.04.02, which is affiliated with CIGRE Study Committee C6, has addressed this problem by proposing a set of resource and network benchmarks. In the present paper, the benchmark for integrating DG in medium voltage distribution networks is described. The proposed benchmark is representative of a real network while it is also designed for ease of use. The application of the benchmark is described through several case studies that show the impact of DG on power flow and voltage profiles at the medium voltage level

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Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 2006. IEEE

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