MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMAL REACTIVE POWER DISPATCH USING DIFFERENTIAL EVOLUTION
Keywords:Reactive Power Management, Differential Evolution Algorithm, Power Loss Minimization, Voltage Deviation, Pareto-Optimal Solutions
Reactive power optimization is a major concern in the operation and control of power systems. In this paper a new multi-objective differential evolution method is employed to optimize the reactive power dispatch problem. It is the mixed–integer non linear optimization problem with continuous and discrete control variables such as generator terminal voltages, tap position of transformers and reactive power sources. The optimal VAR dispatch problem is developed as a nonlinear constrained multi objective optimization problem where the real power loss and fuel cost are to be minimized at the same time. A conventional weighted sum method is inflicted to provide the decision maker with a example and accomplishable Pareto-optimal set. This method underlines non-dominated solutions and at the same time asserts diversity in the non-dominated solutions. Thus this technique treats the problem as a true multi-objective optimization problem. The performance of the suggested differential evolution approach has been tested on the standard test system IEEE 30-bus.
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