Capacitor placement of distribution systems using particle swarm optimization approaches

@article{Lee2015CapacitorPO,
  title={Capacitor placement of distribution systems using particle swarm optimization approaches},
  author={C. Lee and H. Ayala and L. D. S. Coelho},
  journal={International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems},
  year={2015},
  volume={64},
  pages={839-851}
}
  • C. Lee, H. Ayala, +1 author L. D. S. Coelho
  • Published 2015
  • Engineering
  • International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems
  • Abstract Capacitor placement plays an important role in distribution system planning and operation. In distribution systems of electrical energy, banks of capacitors are widely installed to compensate the reactive power, reduce the energy loss in system, voltage profile improvement, and feeder capacity release. The capacitor placement problem is a combinatorial optimization problem having an objective function composed of power losses and capacitor installation costs subject to bus voltage… CONTINUE READING
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