Thongchai Klayklueng

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Plug-in Electrical Vehicles (PEVs) are expected to be continuously adopted worldwide in near future. PEV charging characteristics are quite unique and depend solely on drivers' behaviours. Accordingly, PEV charging periods are also quite uncertain. They are not only affecting the system loading but also leading to other problems in distribution network. The(More)
This paper presents analysis of voltage unbalance impact of EVs charging on a LV distribution system. Simulation model and analysis in DIgSILENT program is divided into three case studies i.e. balance, phase A only and random EVs charging. This impact assessment is based on the PEA's big cities power system planning criteria 2013. Simulation results show(More)
This paper proposes an impact analysis on voltage unbalance of Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) home charging in Thailand distribution system. The voltage unbalance is calculated with the voltage unbalance factor (%VUF) according to IEC 61000-2-4: 2000-06 standards and impact assessment with the new criteria of Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA)(More)
This paper presents performance analysis of future PEA distribution network under high penetration of PEVs home charging. The analysis and impact assessment was evaluated by the voltage unbalance factor (%VUF), according to IEC 61000-2-4: 2000-06 standards. A distribution network was modeled based on the DIgSILENT Power Factory and DIgSILENT Programming(More)
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