Multiple Voltage Disturbance Compensation in Distribution Systems using DVR
The subject of power quality is gaining much interest nowadays. With the sophisticated sensitive electrical devices available in the market, power stations should ensure qualified and eminent power to the point of utilization. Bad voltage conditions in a power system can cause a malfunction at the point of utilization. Dynamic voltage restorer (DVR) is a reliable power electronic offsetting device which when engaged in the power system is effectual in the operation of compensating voltage sag/swell. In this research work, a DVR for offsetting multiple voltage disturbances in a power system is presented and a novel control strategy to trigger power switches in DVR is proposed. The proposed novel control methodology is compared with Synchronous Reference Frame (SRF) theory-controlled DVR. The simulation model is designed and the analysis with MATLAB/SIMULINK is presented
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