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Development of compensation devices for active distribution network

Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
2.03.00  Engineering sciences and technologies  Energy engineering   

Code Science Field
T190  Technological sciences  Electrical engineering 
Keywords
passive compensator, active compensator, active distribution network, power quality, renewable energy sources
Evaluation (rules)
source: COBISS
Researchers (22)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  21521  PhD Valentin Ažbe  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2011  180 
2.  11694  PhD Grega Bizjak  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2011  340 
3.  21354  PhD Boštjan Blažič  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2011  405 
4.  28463  PhD Ambrož Božiček  Energy engineering  Junior researcher  2008 - 2011  54 
5.  27525  PhD Matjaž Dolinar  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2011  42 
6.  22476  PhD Matjaž Finc  Computer science and informatics  Researcher  2008 - 2011  16 
7.  19514  PhD Samo Gašperič  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2011  146 
8.  11213  PhD Robert Golob  Systems and cybernetics  Researcher  2008 - 2011  212 
9.  14528  PhD Andrej Ferdo Gubina  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2011  368 
10.  18281  PhD Janez Humar  Electronic components and technologies  Researcher  2008 - 2011  28 
11.  25416  PhD Uroš Kerin  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2010  52 
12.  19813  PhD Matej Bernard Kobav  Electric devices  Researcher  2008 - 2011  178 
13.  06168  PhD Rafael Mihalič  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2011  846 
14.  22481  PhD Miloš Pantoš  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2011  357 
15.  14037  PhD Igor Papič  Energy engineering  Head  2008 - 2011  438 
16.  25414  PhD Tomaž Pfeifer  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2011  43 
17.  29557  PhD Urban Rudež  Energy engineering  Junior researcher  2008 - 2011  225 
18.  28462  PhD Gregor Taljan  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2010  25 
19.  19235  PhD Gregor Verbič  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2011  97 
20.  13680  PhD Edvard Vovk  Electronic components and technologies  Researcher  2008 - 2011 
21.  28461  PhD Iztok Zlatar  Energy engineering  Junior researcher  2008 - 2011  42 
22.  03972  PhD Peter Žunko  Energy engineering  Researcher  2008 - 2011  365 
Organisations (1)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  1538  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering  Ljubljana  1626965  27,742 
Abstract
The primary goal of the project is to develop a passive compensator of reactive power which will prevent resonance conditions. In the second phase a prototype of an active compensator for eliminating voltage distortions in the low-voltage network will be developed. This prototype will represent the basis for further development of an electronic interface connecting renewable energy sources to the network; the concept of an active distribution network will be introduced. Advanced methods of processing input quantities and a simultaneous adaptation of the compensator to the network conditions represent an original contribution to the development of new compensators for active networks. This is especially important for passive compensators that are less expensive, thus providing the industrial partner with a better possibility of developing the final product.
Significance for science
• development of new control algorithms for passive and active compensator control • development of detailed simulation models of passive and active compensators • advanced methods for data acquisition and processing, dynamic compensator adaptation to network conditions • design of a passive reactive power compensator prototype with embedded power quality analysis • design of a basic voltage source converter prototype • adaptation of the basic voltage source converter for different applications
Significance for the country
Direct impact of the project for Slovenian economy and society: • transfer of knowledge into practice, • establishment of spin-off companies, • introduction of new products, • more competitive position on foreign markets, • new jobs, • availability of compensation devices tailored to the needs of Slovenian distribution networks. Indirect impact of the project for society: • training of new staff, • possibility of participation in European and other international projects, • enhanced national image resulting from high-tech production of advanced compensation devices, • lower prices of advanced compensators due to market competition.
Most important scientific results Annual report 2008, 2009, final report, complete report on dLib.si
Most important socioeconomically and culturally relevant results Annual report 2008, 2009, final report, complete report on dLib.si
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