Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Millimeterwave Communication, Optimization and Modelling

Modeling of Windmills for Improving Voltage Stability in Distribution Network

Wesam Anis Elmasudi
University of Karabük
indexed journal communication engineering

Published 31.12.2021


  • voltage stability,
  • distribution system,
  • penetration level,
  • buses


The most important factor in the power system is to provide stable and smooth electricity to the consumers in front of the big increase in the usage of the renewable energy, especially, wind power farms. This paper will study the effects of wind energy units on voltage stability in distribution networks. We will consider that the wind farms are connected to different locations of the unit to see how far the contribution of wind farms on the voltage stability is.


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