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Ranking of Prospective New Generation Location for a Power Network in a Deregulated System

Thukaram, D and Vyjayanthi, C (2008) Ranking of Prospective New Generation Location for a Power Network in a Deregulated System. In: 2008 Joint International Conference On Power System Technology (Powercon) And Ieee Power India Conference, OCT 12-15, 2008, New Delhi, INDIA, pp. 294-301.

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Abstract

In developing countries high rate of growth in demand of electric energy is felt, and so the addition of new generating units becomes necessary. In deregulated power systems private generating stations are encouraged to add new generations. Finding the appropriate location of new generator to be installed can be obtained by running repeated power flows, carrying system studies like analyzing the voltage profile, voltage stability, loss analysis etc. In this paper a new methodology is proposed which will mainly consider the existing network topology into account. A concept of T-index is introduced in this paper, which considers the electrical distances between generator and load nodes.This index is used for ranking significant new generation expansion locations and also indicates the amount of permissible generations that can be installed at these new locations. This concept facilitates for the medium and long term planning of power generation expansions within the available transmission corridors. Studies carried out on a sample 7-bus system, EHV equivalent 24-bus system and IEEE 39 bus system are presented for illustration purpose.

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Keywords: Deregulated systems; Generation Expansion Planning (GEP); Relative Electrical Distance (RED); T-index
Department/Centre: Division of Electrical Sciences > Electrical Engineering
Date Deposited: 21 Dec 2009 07:04
Last Modified: 19 Sep 2010 05:42
URI: http://eprints.iisc.ernet.in/id/eprint/22643

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