The transformation of passive distribution systems to more active ones thanks to the increased penetration of distributed energy resources, such as dispersed generators, flexible demand, distributed storage, and electric vehicles, creates the necessity of an enhanced test system for distribution systems planning and operation studies. The value of the proposed test system, is that it provides an appropriate and comprehensive benchmark for future researches concerning distribution systems. The proposed test system is developed by modifying and updating the well-known 33 bus distribution system from Baran & Wu. It comprises both forms of balanced and unbalanced three-phase power systems, including new details on the integration of distributed and renewable generation units, reactive power compensation assets, reconfiguration infrastructures and appropriate datasets of load and renewable generation profiles for different case studies.

An Enhanced IEEE 33 Bus Benchmark Test System for Distribution System Studies

Siano P.;
2021-01-01

Abstract

The transformation of passive distribution systems to more active ones thanks to the increased penetration of distributed energy resources, such as dispersed generators, flexible demand, distributed storage, and electric vehicles, creates the necessity of an enhanced test system for distribution systems planning and operation studies. The value of the proposed test system, is that it provides an appropriate and comprehensive benchmark for future researches concerning distribution systems. The proposed test system is developed by modifying and updating the well-known 33 bus distribution system from Baran & Wu. It comprises both forms of balanced and unbalanced three-phase power systems, including new details on the integration of distributed and renewable generation units, reactive power compensation assets, reconfiguration infrastructures and appropriate datasets of load and renewable generation profiles for different case studies.
2021
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