Real Power Loss Minimization of AC/DC Hybrid Systems with Reactive Power Compensation by using Teaching Learning based Optimization Algorithm

International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering |

© 2020 by SSRG - IJEEE Journal |

Volume 7 Issue 4 |

Year of Publication : 2020 |

Authors : Dr.B.Suresh Babu |

##### How to Cite?

Dr.B.Suresh Babu, "Real Power Loss Minimization of AC/DC Hybrid Systems with Reactive Power Compensation by using Teaching Learning based Optimization Algorithm," *SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering*, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 23-33, 2020. *Crossref,* https://doi.org/10.14445/23488379/IJEEE-V7I4P106

##### Abstract:

This Paper Presents a Teaching Learning based Optimization (TLBO) Algorithm for the Solution Real Power Loss (RPL) Minimization of AC/DC Hybrid Systems with Reactive Power Compensation . The objectives is to minimize the Real power Loss of generating units with optimal setting of control variables without violating inequality constraints and satisfying equality constraints. The DC links placed in the transmission system involve consumption of reactive power by the converters at both ends. The Reactive Power Flow can be manipulated based on the removing at the end bus it from the system. Optimal Power Flow (OPF) is an important operational and planning problem in minimizing the chosen objectives of the power system. The recent developments in power electronics allow replacing the existing transmission lines by DC links with a view of making the operation more flexible, secure and economical. The solution process involves sequential NR based AC/DC power flow. It presents simulation results of two IEEE 14 and 30 bus test systems with a view of demonstrating its effectiveness.

##### Keywords:

optimal power flow, AC/DC power flow, teaching-learning based optimization ,valve point effect.

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