Nabanita Das,Sudipta Ghosh,Shilpi Samajpati,Balaram Kar4,Debasish Kundu,




Distributedgeneration(DG),Gauss-Seidel(GS),Objective function(OF),


With ever increasing energy consumption, rising public awareness of environmentalprotection, steady progress inpower deregulation and revolution of environment,transmission line obstruction is quite regular. For maximum benefit and improvement ofobstruction, proper position of distributed generators is very necessary. This proposed workidentifies the optimum location to connect distribution energy resources in distributednetwork to minimize the total reactive power loss. Here use a simple conventional iterativesearch technique by matlab software. Gauss-Seidel method of load flow study is implementedon IEEE 6bus and IEEE 30 bus systems.


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