alexa Design of VAR Compensator During High Wind Generation
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International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
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Design of VAR Compensator During High Wind Generation Season in Tamilnadu Grid

K. Karunagaran1, S.Anandan2. P.Thenmozhi3
  1. Department of Electrical and Electronics Engg., SCSVMV University, Kanchipuram-631561, India
  2. Mainframe Operations Manager, Maples ESM Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Chennai- 600096, India
  3. Research Scholar, VIT University, Vellore – 632 014, India
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This work aims to provide a solution to overcome the low voltage phenomena during the high wind energy generation periods. This paper discusses the design of a suitable VAR compensator. The low voltage conditions are recorded during morning and evening peaks prevailing in the Tamil Nadu grid during the high wind generation periods and the results are drawn using MATLAB 2009B, which overcomes the issue of low voltage profile.


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