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Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Applied Sciences (JETEAS)


by D.Abdullahi and N. Magaji

Real power flow tracing can assess the extent of network usage by the participants that can be effectively used for multiple objectives like transmission pricing, loss allocation. Real power tracing, a post-factor analysis of power flow solution, is amenable to multiple solutions. This implies multiplicity of solution space of transmission cost and loss allocation problems. Tracing the flow of electricity becomes an important issue under transmission open access. In practice, power flow follows the physical laws of electricity and therefore it is not straight forward to map out how participant make use of the system. This research suggests a new technique for real power transfer between generators and loads. Based on the solved load flow, the method uses proportional sharing principle to allocate real power output of a power station to particular load. The method also allows the assessment of contribution of individual generators to individual line flows. The effectiveness of the method is demonstrated by using a simple 3 bus system and New England 39 bus system. The method provides reasonable and acceptable result to real power transfer allocation compared to conventional load flow results. Qualitative power allocation to load centres ensures better quality of life and increased job opportunities for every one now and for generation to come, hence sustainable development.
Keywords: allocation, sharing formula, real power, generators and load flow
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ISSN: 2141-7016

Editor in Chief.

Prof. Gui Yun Tian
Professor of Sensor Technologies
School of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering
University of Newcastle
United Kingdom



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