Comparing the Dynamic Impact of Hybrid Distributed Generation with Single Source DG

P. K. Olulope

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Due to the natural intermittent properties of some renewable energies, the grid is subjected to instability, insufficient power delivery and fluctuation. When these renewable energies are combined together to address the challenge of power shortage, increasing energy demand, and voltage drop, the grid is subject to different stabilities issues compare to the single energy source. This paper compares the dynamic behavior of single energy with mixed energy sources. The paper compares the impact of DFIG alone, Solar PV alone and Small Hydro power alone with hybrid type under distributed generation concept on transient stability of power system. To investigate this investigation, a DIgSILENT power factory library models was used as a component model for wind Turbine / Solar PV and small hydropower system. The simulation was carried out on single machine infinite system.




International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science

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