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Volume 257, 20215th International Workshop on Advances in Energy Science and Environment Engineering (AESEE 2021)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Research on Energy Consumption and Energy Industry Benefit|
|Published online||12 May 2021|
Reconfiguration Performance of the Urban Power Distribution System Based on the Genetic-Ant Colony Fusion Algorithm
College of Engineering, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, China
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
This study aims to enhance the reliability of the urban power grid system and decrease the economic loss due to power network faults. Based on the analysis of the traditional algorithms for restructuring the urban distribution system after faults, this study proposes an upgraded genetic algorithm (GA) and ant colony algorithm (ACA) and combines these two to overcome the limitations of the local optimum of GAs and low convergence speed of ACAs. Taking the IEEE33-node system as the research object, the network loss, maximum recovery of the power-loss load, and the number of switching operations as the objective function, the impact of different algorithms on the restoration and reconfiguration of the distribution system was examined according to MATLAB system simulation and the optimal algorithm for the reconfiguration of the urban distribution system failure recovery. The experimental results revealed that compared with the current distribution system reconfiguration algorithm, the genetic-ant colony algorithm (GACA) has higher algorithm time efficiency and solution accuracy and can markedly decrease the recovery time and improve the impact of the distribution system in a short period. Overall, the proposed GACA is an efficient self-healing algorithm of urban distribution systems and useful for augmenting the reliability of the urban power system.
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