An Optimal Load Shedding Scheme by Hybrid Sources
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 5337-5343
AbstractThe benefits of DC power systems in distributed systems and micro grids are gaining growing interest. Many delivery generations, such as PV, fuel cell and batteries have a normal DC output on the energy supply side.DC micro grids can now be used in many areas and potential smart DC micro grid growth systems are being used to combine distributed processing and automated electronic charges with high performance. This article focuses on the self-contained functioning of micro grids, in particular the island mode of activity during a grid disruption. For an island micro grid, we suggest priority hierarchical operating control. This conceptual effective implementation of a modern load shedding system and a multi-agent hierarchy for resilient micro-grids. Currently, increasingly growing requirements in power systems can cause overloading of electrical systems. This overload leads to a major outage in certain cases unless correct load removal is carried out. The load shedding scheme that was suggested helps the system operation to secure electricity for large loads, taking into consideration the priority of loading in the micro grid during a grid problem To defend the power grid against voltage fluctuations, the load shedding system must be reliable and optimal. In exchange, this allows industry management to supply constant load capacity without interruption.
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