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Distribution system planning considering reliable feeder routing

ABSTRACT :

The work presents an investigation on the role of reliability consideration in distribution system configuration and coming up with value of radial distribution system. A direct search technique is applied for optimum planning which ensures solely minimisation of planning value. Furthermore, the concept of principle of optimality theorem makes the direct method additional computationally efficient, reducing total numbers of radial ways. Reliability indices are computed to judge the reliability of systems with different feeder configurations. The proposed approach is additionally tested for optimal feeder routing with variation in variety of substations, which provides the information on trade-off between optimality and reliability of the system configuration. Thus, the proposed approach is found to be highly effective in optimal feeder routing considering advanced feeder configuration with multiple substations.


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