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|Title: ||Simplified Changeable Single-feeding-end Fuzzy Feeder Models for Distribution System Calculations|
|Authors: ||Wang, Shyi-Wen;Huang, Wei-Tzer|
|Keywords: ||Copper loss;Distribution systems;Feeder models;Fuzzy set theory;Lumped load;Voltage drop|
|Issue Date: ||2012-08-27T11:01:19Z
|Abstract: ||Using the fuzzy set theory, this study presents three changeable single-feeding-end fuzzy feeder models that simplify complicated distribution system calculations. The proposed models are generated using lumped loads to represent discretely distributed tapped-off loads along a feeder. These models accurately simulate total series voltage drop at the end of given feeder, total copper loss and a hybrid to accurately simulate|
voltage drop and feeder loss. Moreover, power can be fed into either feeder end. To demonstrate the accuracy of the proposed fuzzy feeder models, a physical feeder is utilized as a sample feeder. Simulation results indicate that reducing numerous complex feeders to simple equivalent models is possible when investigating feeder voltage profiles and losses with negligible error.
|Relation: ||2006 IEEE Power India Conference|
|Appears in Collections:||[工業教育與技術學系] 會議論文|
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