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JCR. 2020; 7(5): 1327-1332


T.Vignesh, R.Hariharan.

The intrusion of unified power quality conditioner in power transmission line can compensate voltage compensation and it brings more attention among various compensation techniques. The incremental production of sustainable renewable energy resource becomes more popular because of its eco-friendly and nonpolluting nature. Advancement of power production interfaces power compensating technique due to various power quality problems like voltage sag, voltage swell, voltage flicker, large voltage spikes and voltage distortion, etc. Both series and shunt compensators are attached within this proposed topology. The system posses active power filtering and distributed generation. In most case the power production and increasing the voltage from solar system may employ Maximum Power Point tracking algorithm (MPPT); it tracks maximum power from the panel and improves the efficiency. The compensation technique eliminates the need of MMPT by shunt compensation at load current; other inequalities are performed through series compensator. The experimental verification is done through MATLAB software. The transformer fetched with inverter terminal can do active power filtering; DC link capacitor delivers power whenever it is necessary to functioning. The inequalities correction improves power factor more than 0.85 by inter combining DSTATCOM and dynamic voltage restorer (DVR).

Key words: Unified Power Quality Conditioner (UPQC), Maximum Power Point Tracker (MPPT), Sag/Swell, flicker, voltage distortion, DSTATCOM, DVR

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