ISSN E 2409-2770
ISSN P 2521-2419

Role of Demand side Management in Reliability of Distribution Network


 


Vol. 7, Issue 10, PP. 333-337, October 2020

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Keywords: Demand side Management (DSM), Smart Grid, Distribution Network, Peak Demand

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Demand side management (DSM) is of the most important feature of modern smart grids, enable the utility companies and customers to efficiently use the available power. Load are shifted from peak demand hours to off peak hours, that minimize the pressure on grid and make it most efficient and reliable. In this paper the reliability of a distribution network is tested for different scenario. In first scenario, base case the reliability is tested without demand side management in term of different reliability parameters. In second case part of load which is noncritical load, is shifted to off peak hour and reliability is tested that shows improvement in reliability. In third scenario the percentage of load shifted is increased and reliability is calculated. Similarly, the reliability of system is tested for different percentage of noncritical load shifted to off peak hours. Based on calculation of different scenarios, the best DSM scenario is evaluated that gives the best reliability and high efficiency of the system.


  1. Sajad Ullah, sajad.ullah@yahoo.com, Department of Electrical Energy System Engineering, US-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Energy (US-PCASE), UET Peshawar, Pakistan.
  2. Muhammd Azaz, azazkhan8511@gmail.com, Department of Electrical Energy System Engineering, US-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Energy (US-PCASE), UET Peshawar, Pakistan.
  3. Jawad Ul Islam, jawad_ulislam@yahoo.com, Department of Electrical Energy System Engineering, US-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Energy (US-PCASE), UET Peshawar, Pakistan.

Sajad Ullah Muhammd Azaz Jawad Ul Islam Role of Demand side Management in Reliability of Distribution Network International Journal of Engineering Works Vol. 7 Issue 10 PP. 333-337 October 2020 https://doi.org/10.34259/ijew.20.710333337.


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