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Topic: Design, Modeling and Simulation of Fuzzy Controlled SVC for 750 km (? /8) Transmission Line
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ashok kumar

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Design, Modeling and Simulation of Fuzzy Controlled SVC for 750 km (? /8) Transmission Line
Posted: Mar 2, 2012 2:26 PM
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Flexible AC transmission system (FACTS) is a technology, which is based on power electronic devices, used to enhance the existing transmission capabilities in order to make the transmission system flexible and independent operation. The FACTS technology is a promising technology to achieve complete deregulation of Power System i.e. Generation, Transmission and Distribution as complete individual units. The loading capability of transmission system can also be enhanced nearer to the thermal limits without affecting the stability. Complete close-loop smooth control of reactive power can be achieved using shunt connected FACTS devices. Static VAR Compensator (SVC) is one of the shunt connected FACTS device, which can be utilized for the purpose of reactive power compensation. Intelligent FACTS devices make them adaptable and hence it is emerging in the present state of art. This paper
attempts to design and simulate the Fuzzy logic control of firing angle for SVC in order to achieve better, smooth and adaptive control of reactive power. The design, modeling and simulations are carried out for ? /8 Transmission line and the compensation is placed at the receiving end (load end).





















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