"Future Scope of Distribution Energy system using Wind Turbine"


Pushapdeep Singh, Swinburn University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.

Kamna, Harpreet Kaur & Kamalkant sharma
Chandigarh University, Gharuan, Mohali, Punjab (India)

Himanshu Monga, JNGEC, Sundernagar, Himachal Pradesh (India)

Arun Kumar Sharma, NIT Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh (India)


Electrical energy is an essential element in aninclusiveassociation and the energy demand developing day by day. Electric power has been produced centrally in the previous few decades and then distributed across the country regions. But in centrally generated grids, there are numerous problemscause of overloading issues like load loss, transient response, voltage and frequency instability, concerns that makes the load flow analysis more substantial. This promptrise in load demand indicates the system becomes overwhelmed, resulting in other problems such as unreliable and uncertain of power systems. The DERs are implemented into the power system, and transient stability plays a keypart in the Power system effective, safe, and stable operation. In this paper, the transient stability analysed using a Power World Simulator on the standard IEEE 5 bus system using wind turbines and a comparative study of the standard IEEE 5 bus system using the conventional method for stability analysis based on the performance of wind turbines. The Newton-Raphson method used for steady-state analysis of load-flow study, and during-fault conditions, a three-phase balanced fault is considered. The wind turbine indicates from the DERs that it is presented using the Excitation, Governor, and Power System Stabilizer with the AVR to enhancement the transient stability response for a multi-machine operation.