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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 06)
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Statistical Analysis of Shunt-FACTS Devices Impact on Power Flow Control

Mohammad Karimi, Payam Farhadi, Mohammad Bagher Ahmadi, Tina Sojoudi and Davood Mostafa
Corresponding Author:  Mohammad Karimi 

Key words:  Power flow control, Shunt-FACTS devices, statistical indices, SVC, , ,
Vol. 4 , (06): 675-685
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2011 December, 16 2011 January, 08 2012 March, 15
Abstract:

In this study, impact of Static VAr Compensator (SVC) on power flow control is studied by statistical indices. For this purpose, several conventional branches of SVC are introduced and their impacts are discuses on active and reactive powers flow control on power systems. Peak and least values used as decision criteria. To compare and discuss the capability of compared SVCs, two statistical indices are used; i.e. Absolute Percentage Error (APE) and Symmetric Mean Absolute Percentage Error (SMAPE). These indices help to result in analysis and extract novel aspect of behavior of SVCs. Simulations have been carried out in MATLAB/SIMULINK environment. In this study, first a general review on lectures about SVC has been done which has four parts; i.e. design, placement, application and modeling, respectively. Then, the most useful branch is chosen.
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Mohammad Karimi, Payam Farhadi, Mohammad Bagher Ahmadi, Tina Sojoudi and Davood Mostafa, 2012. Statistical Analysis of Shunt-FACTS Devices Impact on Power Flow Control.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 4(06): 675-685.
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