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Title: Voltage stability enhancement studies for distribution network with installation of FACTS
Authors: Masikana, Sboniso B. 
Sharma, Gulshan 
Akindeji, Kayode 
Davidson, Innocent E.
Keywords: Voltage profile;VSI;FACTS;Power losses;Distribution network
Issue Date: Aug-2020
Publisher: IEEE
Source: Masikana, S. B., Sharma, G., Akindeji, K. and Davidson, I. E. 2020. Voltage stability enhancement studies for distribution network with installation of FACTS. Presented at: 2020 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Computing and Data Communication Systems (icABCD). Available: doi:10.1109/icabcd49160.2020.9183809
Journal: 2020 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Computing and Data Communication Systems (icABCD) 
Abstract: Voltage stability studies and to maintain the Oat voltage profile is quite important in order to maintain the
healthy operation of electric power network as wen as to provide the quality and cheap electric energy to the modern power USH S. Further with the advancement of power electronics technologies and its application to design flexible alternating current trans mission devices (FACTS) have made it easier to alleviate the voltage stability problem in a quicker and cheaper way in the modern DNs. Hence, the present research work shows an attempt to investigate and solve the problem of voltage instability in distribution network (DN). All buses and lines are calculated in terms of voltage stability index (VSI) and to identify the optimal location of FACTS. The
bus or line with minimum voltage profile in terms of VSI are more sensitive to the voltage collapse and it may further lead to blackouts. The FACTS are permanently installed at the weakest point to enhance voltage profile and improve the voltage stability in the ON. The present study is test on standard IEEE--1 5 bus DN and application results are shown to verify the feasibility of t he present studies for DN
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10321/3470
DOI: 10.1109/icabcd49160.2020.9183809
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