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Active Electrical Distribution Network

A Smart Approach

Khan, Baseem / Guerrero, Josep M. / Padmanaban, Sanjeevikumar / Haes Alhelou, Hassan / Mahela, Om Prakash / Tanwar, Sudeep (Herausgeber)


1. Auflage August 2021
656 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-59951-7
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Discover the major issues, solutions, techniques, and applications of active electrical distribution networks with this edited resource

Active Electrical Distribution Network: A Smart Approach delivers a comprehensive and insightful guide dedicated to addressing the major issues affecting an often-overlooked sector of the electrical industry: electrical distribution. The book discusses in detail a variety of challenges facing the smart electrical distribution network and presents a detailed framework to address these challenges with renewable energy integration.

The book offers readers fulsome analyses of active distribution networks for smart grids, as well as active control approached for distributed generation, electric vehicle technology, smart metering systems, smart monitoring devices, smart management systems, and various storage systems. It provides a treatment of the analysis, modeling, and implementation of active electrical distribution systems and an exploration of the ways professionals and researchers from academia and industry attempt to meet the significant challenges facing them.

From smart home energy management systems to approaches for the reconfiguration of active distribution networks with renewable energy integration, readers will also enjoy:
* A thorough introduction to electrical distribution networks, including conventional and smart networks
* An exploration of various existing issues related to the electrical distribution network
* An examination of the importance of harmonics mitigation in smart distribution networks, including active filters
* A treatment of reactive power compensation under smart distribution networks, including techniques like capacitor banks and smart devices
* An analysis of smart distribution network reliability assessment and enhancement

Perfect for professionals, scientists, technologists, developers, designers, and researchers in smart grid technologies, security, and information technology, Active Electrical Distribution Network: A Smart Approach will also earn a place in the libraries of policy and administration professionals, as well as those involved with electric utilities, electric policy development, and regulating authorities.

Foreword ix

Preface xi

Acknowledgments xv

List of Contributors xvii

List of Abbreviations xix

Part I Electrical Distribution Network: Conventional vs Smart 1

1 Electricity Distribution Structures and Business Models Considering Smart Grid Perspectives 3
Baidyanath Bag

Part II Existing Issues in the Electrical Distribution Network 19

2 Existing Problems Related to Electrical Distribution Network, Part 1: Distribution Feeder Segregation 21
Baidyanath Bag

3 Existing Problems Related to Electrical Distribution Network, Part 2: Technical, Economical, and Environmental 39
Shilpa Kalambe, Sanjay Jain, Bhojraj N. Kale, and Ujwala B. Malkhandale

Part III Harmonics Mitigation in the Smart Distribution Network 51

4 Power Quality Mitigation in a Distribution Network Using a Battery Energy Storage System 53
Gajendra Singh Chawda, Om Prakash Mahela, and Bhuynesh Rathmore

5 Grid Power Quality Improvement Using a Bidirectional Off-Board EV Battery Charger in Smart City Scenario 69
Rajesh Kumar Lenka, Anup Kumar Panda, and Man Mohan Garg

Part IV Toward Smart Distribution of Electrical Energy 87

6 Smart Distribution of Electrical Energy 89
Yashwnat Sawle, Siddharth Jain, Sanjana Babu, and Ashwini Ramachandran Nair

Part V Energy Management of an Active Distribution Network 125

7 Active Distribution Management System 127
Mohammad Gholami, Sajjad Fattaheinan-Dehkordi, Hessam Mazaheri, and Ali Abbaspour Tehrani-Fard

8 Role of Volt-VAr-W Control in Energy Management 145
Baidyanath Bag

9 Active Management of Distribution Networks 155
Hooman Firoozi, Mohamad Amin Rajabi Nezhad, Hosna Khajeh, and Hannu Laaksonen

Part VI Phasor Measurement Unit Placement 177

10 Enhancing the Performance of the State Estimation Algorithm Through Optimally Placed Phasor Measurement Units 179
Kinfe Negash, Baseem Khan, P. Sanjeevikumar, and Esayas Gidey

Part VII Smart Microgrid Integration and Optimization 201

11 Smart Microgrid Integration and Optimization 203
M. Thirunavukkarasu and Sawle Yashwant

12 Control Algorithms for Energy Storage Systems to Reduce Distribution Power Loss of Microgrids 237
Yun Yang, Siew-Chong Tan, and Shu-Yuen Ron Hui

13 Higher Levels of Wind Energy Penetration into the Remote Grid: Challenges and Solutions 261
Gajendra Singh Chawda, Abdul Gafoor Shaik, and Om Prakash Mahela

14 Internet of Things and Machine Learning for Improving Solar-PV Plant Efficiency: Forecasting Aspects 279
Pankaj Kumar, Gajendra Singh Chawda, and Om Prakash Mahela

15 Modular Design of Nonlinear Controllers for Photovoltaic Distributed Generation Systems 297
Meher Preetam Korukonda, Man Mohan Garg, and Laxmidhar Behera

Part VIII Electric Vehicle Technology 311

16 Vehicle-to-Grid Challenges and Potential Benefits for Smart Microgrids 313
Mohd Tayyab Saeed

Part IX Reconfiguration of a Smart Distribution Network 329

17 Reconfiguration of Radial Distribution Systems: Test System 331
Meisam Mahdavi, Pierluigi Siano, Hassan Haes Alhelou, and Baseem Khan

18 Distribution System Reconfiguration: Case Studies 433
Meisam Mahdavi, Pierluigi Siano, Hassan Haes Alhelou, and Josep M. Guerrero

19 Genetic Algorithm Application in Distribution System Reconfiguration 479
Meisam Mahdavi, Pierluigi Siano, Hassan Haes Alhelou, and Sanjeevikumar Padmanaban

Part X Demand Side Management Mechanisms and a Smart Home Energy Management System 517

20 Demand Response Techniques and Smart Home Energy Management Systems 519
Hooman Firoozi, Hosna Khajeh, and Hannu Laaksonen

21 A Sustainable Building Lightning Solution for Energy Conservation in Different Geographical Conditions 539
Sunil Kumar Goyal, Bharat Bharatia, Amit Saraswat, Bhuwan Pratap Singh, and Om Prakash Mahela

Part XI Smart Meter Technology 573

22 Smart Metering: Transforming from One-Way to Two-Way Communication 575
Siddharth Jain, Sanjana Babu, Ashwini Ramachandran Nair, and Yashwnat Sawle

Index 597
Baseem Khan, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Hawassa University Institute of Technology, Hawassa University, in Ethiopia. His research interest includes power system restructuring, power system planning, smart grid technologies, meta-heuristic optimisation techniques, reliability analysis of renewable energy system, power quality analysis and renewable energy integration. He is a member of IEEE and IEEE PES.

Josep M. Guerrero, PhD, received his Ph.D. degree in Power Electronics from the Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, in 2003. Since 2011, he has been a Full Professor with the Department of Energy Technology at Aalborg University, Denmark. In 2019, he became a Villum Investigator at The Villum Fonden, which supports the Center for Research on Microgrids (CROM) at Aalborg University, of which Prof. Guerrero is the founder and Director.

Sanjeevikumar Padmanaban, PhD, is SMIEEE'15, FIETE'18, FIE'18, FIET'19 and Chartered Engineer (CEng., India). He received his Ph.D Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Bologna (Italy). He is on the Editorial Board or Associate Editor of the following: IEEE Systems Journal, IET PEL, subject editor of IET RPG, subject editor of IET GTD, IEEE Access, Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Journal of Power Electronics (JPE-Korea), and FACETS (Canada).

Hassan Haes Alhelou, PhD, is a member in the Department of Electrical Power Engineering, Tishreen University, Lattakia, Syria and the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University College Dublin, Ireland.

Om Prakash Mahela, PhD, received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from IIT Jodhpur, India, in 2018. His research interests include power quality, power system planning, and grid integration of renewable energy sources, FACTS devices, transmission line protection, and condition monitoring.

Sudeep Tanwar, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Computer Engineering Department at the Institute of Technology of Nirma University in Ahmedabad, India. He received his PhD in 2016 from the Faculty of Engineering and Technology at Mewar University in India.

B. Khan, Hawassa University Institute of Technology, Hawassa University, Ethiopia; J. M. Guerrero, Aalborg University, Denmark; S. Padmanaban, Aarhus University, Denmark; H. Haes Alhelou, Tishreen University, Syria; O. P. Mahela, Power System Study Division, RVPN, Jaipur, India; S. Tanwar, Nirma University, India