Design Simulation of Improved Power Quality Conditioner System for Enhancement of Power Quality

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Sunny Yadav
Sabir Ali
Amit Arora

Abstract

The increased usage of power-sensitive electronic devices has prompted interest in power conditioning solutions, which is no surprise. As a result, some type of compensation must be supplied if power output remains below the standards' prescribed limitations. The UPQC (Unified Power Quality Controller) is one of numerous AC Transmission System families that can control voltage, impedance, and phase angle among other factors (FACTS). This study focuses on modern UPFC systems that have increased power quality efficiency to help utilities reduce voltage concerns. One of the FACTS controls for lowering stress sales effects is a unified power quality conditioner (UPQC). The quadrature voltage is specified using the UPQC series compensator. As a result, the compensator series never utilizes active power in a continuous scenario. As mentioned in the approach, a low power rating compensator injects voltage to remedy the system's power quality problem. The voltage is decreased and the power factor is raised when the fluid logic controller is used in conjunction with traditional UPQC. Furthermore, the load factor has been improved. The circuit is then imitated in MATLAB / SIMULINK using a fluctuating logo controller.

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Yadav, S. ., S. . Ali, and A. . Arora. “Design Simulation of Improved Power Quality Conditioner System for Enhancement of Power Quality”. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 9, no. 12, Dec. 2021, pp. 19-26, doi:10.17762/ijritcc.v9i12.5496.
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