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Author Wen-Yi Yu
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Department Electrical Engineering
Year 2005 Semester 1
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language English Page Count 98
Title ANALYSIS OF CAPACITOR INSTALLATION AND VOLTAGE REGULATION FOR DISTRIBUTION POWER SYSTEM WITH DISPERSED GENERATION
Keyword
  • VOLTAGE REGULATION
  • DISPERSED GENERATION
  • CAPACITOR
  • CAPACITOR
  • DISPERSED GENERATION
  • VOLTAGE REGULATION
  • Abstract ABSTRACT
    The so-called Distributed Power Generation or Dispersed Power
    Generation System refers to small power generator that is closed to the
    load terminal and the power generation capacity is comparatively less. It
    can be formed as area power supply system or can be connected in
    parallel to large-scale power system.
    For distribution in the past, the Taipower would supply a one-way
    power, therefore this was simpler in respect of control, management,
    repair or fee collection. However, when there are many dispersed power
    generation systems (abbreviated as DG) on the circuit in parallel
    connection. At this time, the reliability of the power supply of the
    distribution system and the maintenance of power quality and
    maintenance of personnel and equipment safety will be more complex
    and it will cause impact on the existing distribution system.
    This thesis adopts a feeder of Taipower as the research target. The
    substation main transformer specification is 3∮69KV/22.8KV 25MW
    that provides power for eight nodes. Based on the existing data and after
    computer program simulation, one can understand that for the present
    utilization of that feeder, the voltage of various nodes can still conform
    to the provision of the permissible value of voltage. However, in the
    future, that feeder may encounter situation. Beforehand we can adopt
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    computer program simulation. And the author will base on the traditional
    method of Taipower and that is general estimate principle to find out the
    possible establishment position and capacity of the capacitor on that
    feeder. In addition, computer simulation is utilized to prove that the
    estimate principle in the traditional way of Taipower is not applicable to
    various conditions.
    Advisor Committee
  • Bin-Kwie Chen - advisor
  • none - co-chair
  • none - co-chair
  • Files indicate in-campus access only
    Date of Defense 2006-01-11 Date of Submission 2006-01-26


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