A Comparative Study of DG Impacts on Power System Stability under Equal and Unequal Load Growth Scenarios

  • Kiran. R. Patil
  • S.R. Karnik
  • A.B. Raju

Abstract

The distributed generation (DG) technology is developed to meet the increasing load demand at a load centre by exploring locally available energy sources, including renewables. Although DG technology offers many technical and economic benefits, certain issues need further research. The impact of DG penetration on the system’s stability is one such issue that requires significant attention in power system research. This study investigates the impact of DG penetration on the system’s small-signal and transient stability under equal and unequal load growth scenarios. The unequal load growth condition is simulated by employing an orthogonal array (OA), and the impact of DG penetration on small-signal stability is analyzed through critical eigenvalues while time-domain indicators were employed to analyze transient stability. The importance of unequal load growth conditions while evaluating the impact of DG penetration on stability is demonstrated on a 3 generators, 9 bus WSCC power system.

Keywords: Critical damping ratio, Distributed generation, Penetration level, Power system stability, Time-domain indicators, Unequal load growth.

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Patil, K. R., Karnik, S., & Raju, A. (2021). A Comparative Study of DG Impacts on Power System Stability under Equal and Unequal Load Growth Scenarios. Asian Journal For Convergence In Technology (AJCT) ISSN -2350-1146, 7(2), 05-11. https://doi.org/10.33130/AJCT.2021v07i02.002