A voltage control strategy with NAS battery systems considering interconnection of distributed generations

T. Ohtaka, A. Uchida, S. Iwamoto

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    Abstract

    Recent years, some distributed generations such as energy storage systems or renewable energy sources have been introduced in distribution systems, and the voltage violation problem has been at stake by the reverse power flows from the load to the generator. In this paper, we consider NAS (Natrium Sulfur = Sodium Sulfur) battery systems to be utilized for not only energy storage but also power system control, and propose a new voltage control strategy in order to provide the proper sending voltage at distribution substations. First, the current flows at each distribution feeder are individually measured, and the sending voltage is calculated by using V-I characteristics which indicate the relationship between the sending voltage and the current flows at each distribution feeder. Next, active and reactive power outputs of the NAS battery system are determined by solving an optimal power flow calculation in order to realize the predetermined sending voltage. Numerical examinations have been carried out using a 52 bus example system model to verify the validity of the proposed method, and successful results have been obtained.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004
    Pages226-231
    Number of pages6
    Volume1
    Publication statusPublished - 2004
    Event2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004 -
    Duration: 2004 Nov 212004 Nov 24

    Other

    Other2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004
    Period04/11/2104/11/24

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    Distributed power generation
    Voltage control
    Electric potential
    Energy storage
    Sulfur
    Reactive power
    Sodium
    Control systems

    Keywords

    • Dispersed storage and generation
    • Energy storage
    • Load flow analysis
    • Voltage control

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering(all)

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    Ohtaka, T., Uchida, A., & Iwamoto, S. (2004). A voltage control strategy with NAS battery systems considering interconnection of distributed generations. In 2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004 (Vol. 1, pp. 226-231)

    A voltage control strategy with NAS battery systems considering interconnection of distributed generations. / Ohtaka, T.; Uchida, A.; Iwamoto, S.

    2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004. Vol. 1 2004. p. 226-231.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Ohtaka, T, Uchida, A & Iwamoto, S 2004, A voltage control strategy with NAS battery systems considering interconnection of distributed generations. in 2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004. vol. 1, pp. 226-231, 2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004, 04/11/21.
    Ohtaka T, Uchida A, Iwamoto S. A voltage control strategy with NAS battery systems considering interconnection of distributed generations. In 2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004. Vol. 1. 2004. p. 226-231
    Ohtaka, T. ; Uchida, A. ; Iwamoto, S. / A voltage control strategy with NAS battery systems considering interconnection of distributed generations. 2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004. Vol. 1 2004. pp. 226-231
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