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Réglage Coordonné de Tension dans les Réseaux de Distribution à l'aide de la Production Décentralisée

Abstract : Coordinated Voltage Control in Distribution Networks using Distributed Generation
French and European electric networks are subject for some years to deep changes due to international energy policies evolutions. These changes drive nowadays to an accelerating insertion of decentralized electric production, generally referred to as "distributed generation", or DG, in distribution networks. In this PhD thesis, an analysis of actual voltage regulation methods in transmission networks, and of actual regulation means in distribution networks, is at the source of the development of a new coordinated voltage control system in distribution networks (D-CVC). This regulation device, based on individual DG's capacities mutualisation, can control the voltage of some strategic network's nodes called "pilot buses" by an optimal reactive power management. This management, based on a multi-objective optimization of DG's voltage set-points using sensitivity matrices, eases the transmission network voltage control by limiting reactive power transit from transmission to distribution networks. D-CVC validation by application on a test-network and by parametric studies, as well as a comparison with a local auto-adaptative control, let foresee the possibility of a new hybrid voltage regulation strategy.
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Olivier Richardot. Réglage Coordonné de Tension dans les Réseaux de Distribution à l'aide de la Production Décentralisée. Energie électrique. Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble - INPG, 2006. Français. ⟨tel-00160006⟩



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