Application of Bio-Inspired Intelligent Techniques to Multi-Objective Power Dispatch and Distribution System Operation Enhancement

  • 戴 德育

Student thesis: Master's Thesis

Abstract

This thesis endeavors to apply the bio-inspired intelligent techniques to optimize the multi-objective power dispatch and enhance the distribution system operation With the aid of both enhanced dolphin echolocation algorithm and hybrid bird-mating approach not only the appropriate decision of reactive power dispatch can be attained to reduce the power losses minimize the voltage deviation increase the voltage stability but also mitigate the voltage unbalance caused by the grid-connected PV systems so as to ensure a satisfactory supplying-power To evaluate the effectiveness of these proposed methods they were evaluated through IEEE sample systems and practical ones with comparisons to other methods Test results gained from this thesis have confirmed the feasibility of the proposed methods thereby serving as beneficial references for electric power engineers and paving a road towards a power grid of high-quality
Date of Award2015 Jul 22
Original languageEnglish
SupervisorShyh-Jier Huang (Supervisor)

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Application of Bio-Inspired Intelligent Techniques to Multi-Objective Power Dispatch and Distribution System Operation Enhancement
德育, 戴. (Author). 2015 Jul 22

Student thesis: Master's Thesis