TWO SERIES AND ONE SHUNT CMI BASES UPFC SYSTEM FOR HARMONIC SUPPRESSION
AbstractThe Unified Power Flow Controller has capability to reduce harmonics present in the power system and maintain the stability of overall system. But the performance of it not as much good which can sustain in every condition. So there is need for better controller which can be implemented with the Cascades Multilevel Inverter (CMI) and gives better stability than the previous configurations. In this work a UPFC is proposed which is based on two series and one shunt cascaded multilevel inverter (CMIs), with the utilization of transformer. The proposed design has lower total harmonic distortion (THD) and faster dynamic response. The system design with the outcomes is explained in the proposed methodology and simulation results sections. Fixed series capacitors help in expanding steadiness confines in an interconnected power system. With transmission open access, every transmission system owning utility will build their transmission ability to pull in more utilities to utilize its transmission facilities. Many existing power systems have already made the utilization of series compensation to expand their transmission limit. By series compensation, the measure of reactive power consumed by the line is decreased in this manner expanding the measure of reactive power transfer to the less than desirable end and enhancing the voltage profile at the less than receiver end. This is one of the optional advantages of utilizing series compensation. Under system unsettling influence conditions like three phase faults or line tripping, controllable series compensation helps in damping power system oscillations.
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Raghvendra Kumar Mishra, Prof. Manish Awasthi. (1). TWO SERIES AND ONE SHUNT CMI BASES UPFC SYSTEM FOR HARMONIC SUPPRESSION. International Journal Of Innovation In Engineering Research & Management UGC APPROVED NO. 48708, EFI 5.89, WORLD SCINTIFIC IF 6.33, 10(02), 23-30. Retrieved from http://journal.ijierm.co.in/index.php/ijierm/article/view/1329