Impacts Of Future Loads On Power Distribution System And Processing Using Distributer Generators
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AUTHOR(S)
Abdulfatah Badran, Dr. Salaheldeen Kamal, Dr. Abdrabbou ElSinaary
KEYWORDS
Keywords: distributer generators (DG), Impacts of Distributed Generation Penetration and future electrical loads impacts.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT: This paper discusses the impacts of future loads behavior and its types on power distribution system. It is seen that increases the power losses, voltage drop and transformers loading ratio. The neglect of these increases in loads can lead to several problems. So it is necessary toface and solve these problems by preexpectationfor the amount of these future increases in electrical loads . This paper has provided various types of electrical loads behavior in the future through the timeline for those loads , also provided a real example as a part of the electric distribution network in Egypt.Future loads estimation & its impacts on power system distribution study has been performed.This paper provides a solution to this problem by using distributer generators Technique.
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