Microgrid power flow using Homotopic and Runge-Kutta Method

@article{Syaiin2015MicrogridPF,
  title={Microgrid power flow using Homotopic and Runge-Kutta Method},
  author={Mat Syai'in and Kuo Lung Lian},
  journal={2015 IEEE 2nd International Future Energy Electronics Conference (IFEEC)},
  year={2015},
  pages={1-8}
}
This paper present a new robust microgrid power flow based on Sequential Power Flow (SPF) method, which is capable to account for a DG unit. The SPF method can readily accommodate for PV buses as long as the DG models in the sequence-component frame can be formulated. However, the convergence of SPF is heavily dependent on the choice of initial conditions. In this paper the Homotopic and Runge-Kutta order four (RK4) method is used to increase the robustness of SPF method due to initial… CONTINUE READING

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