Ashish P. Agalgaonkar

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Keywords: Distributed generation Method of cumulants Power system analysis Probabilistic load flow Renewable energy a b s t r a c t The time-varying demand and stochastic power generation from renewable distributed generating resources necessitate an exhaustive assessment of distribution feeder parameters for the purpose of long-term planning. This paper(More)
The responses of multiple DG units and voltage regulating devices such as tap changers and capacitor banks for correcting the voltage may lead to operational conflicts and oscillatory transients, where distribution systems are subjected to network reconfiguration and changes in availability of the DG units. Therefore, coordinated voltage control is required(More)
—With ever increasing penetration of renewable distributed generation (DG) in distribution systems, power restoration of remote distribution feeders under emergency conditions tends to be carried out with the support of renewable DG units. The available power from the renewable DG units ensures restoration of more number of affected customers, thus,(More)
Voltage regulation by means of coordinated voltage control is one of the challenging aspects in an active distribution system operation. Integration of distributed generation (DG), which can also be operated in Volt/VAr control mode, may introduce adverse effects including control interactions, operational conflicts, steady-state voltage variations, and(More)
Cascaded on-load tap changers (OLTCs) are widely used for coarse control of voltages in largely interconnected electric power systems. There could be interactions between load dynamics and OLTC control under certain system operating conditions which may lead to the OLTC limit cycle phenomena, thereby resulting into long-term voltage oscillations in the(More)
Renewable distributed generation (DG) units can aid in distribution network planning and can be utilized in distribution expansion planning. In order to support the development of distributed renewable resources in the distribution network and to make these resources competitive in the energy market, a well justified credit scheme needs to be devised. In(More)
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