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- Multiobjective short-term planning of electric power distribution systems using NSGA-II
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- This paper presents a mixed integer nonlinear programming multiobjective model for short-term planning of distribution networks that considers in an integrated manner the following planning activities: allocation of capacitor banks; voltage regulators; the cable replacement of branches and feeders. The objective functions considered in the proposed model are: to minimize operational and investment costs and minimize the voltage deviations in the the network buses, subject to a set of technical and operational constraints. A multiobjective genetic algorithm based on a Non-Dominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm (NSGA-II) is proposed to solve this model. The proposed mathematical model and solution methodology is validated testing a medium voltage distribution system with 135 buses. © 2013 Brazilian Society for Automatics - SBA.
- Journal of Control, Automation and Electrical Systems, v. 24, n. 3, p. 286-299, 2013.
- Capacitor banks
- Multiobjective genetic algorithm
- Power distribution planning
- Voltage regulators
- Capacitor bank
- Electric power distribution systems
- Medium-voltage distribution systems
- Mixed-integer nonlinear programming
- Multi-objective genetic algorithm
- Non-dominated sorting genetic algorithms
- Operational constraints
- Electric load distribution
- Genetic algorithms
- Mathematical models
- Electric power distribution
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