Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2019, Page: 44-51
Integration and Evaluation of the Impact of Distributed Generation on the Protection System of Distribution Network with DG Using Etap
Modu Abba Gana, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, University of Maiduguri, Maiduguri, Nigeria
Usman Otaru Aliyu, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, ATB University, Bauchi, Nigeria
Ganiyu Ayinde Bakare, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, ATB University, Bauchi, Nigeria
Received: Feb. 28, 2019;       Accepted: May 9, 2019;       Published: Jun. 12, 2019
DOI: 10.11648/j.eas.20190402.13      View  133      Downloads  20
Abstract
Distributed Generation (DG) has been growing rapidly in deregulated power systems due to their potential solutions to meeting localized demands at distribution level and to mitigate limited transmission capacities from centralized power stations. Penetration of DG into an existing distribution system has so many impacts on the system. Despite the benefits a DG will provide; it has a negative impact on the power system protection, thus affecting both reliability and stability of the system. This paper evaluates the impact of DG on the power protection systems with DG integrated in the systems. IEEE 33 Bus system was modelled in full operational details using ETAP. Protection coordination was carried out using Modified PSO. To investigate the impact of DG on the protection systems, different fault scenario have been simulated with and without DG installed. The fault current level, false tripping, unintentional islanding, and behavior of the existing protection system were investigated considering two scenarios. Case one was the integration of single DG while case two was the integration of two DGs. The type of DG integrated was solar photovoltaic. Simulation results revealed that the fault current level for a 3 phase fault at bus 27 for the system increases by 2.5% for case one and 24% for case two. There was unitentational islanding and false tripping as a result of the current contribution from the DG. The sequence of operation of the protective devices clearly showed that there was mis coordination of the protective devices.
Keywords
Distributed Generation, Protection System, Modified Particle Swarm Optimization, ETAP
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Modu Abba Gana, Usman Otaru Aliyu, Ganiyu Ayinde Bakare, Integration and Evaluation of the Impact of Distributed Generation on the Protection System of Distribution Network with DG Using Etap, Engineering and Applied Sciences. Vol. 4, No. 2, 2019, pp. 44-51. doi: 10.11648/j.eas.20190402.13
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