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Protection Coordination of Properly Sized and Placed Distributed Generations–Methods, Applications and Future Scope
The radial distribution networks are designed for unidirectional power flows and are passive in nature. However, with the penetration of Distributed Generation (DG), the power flow becomes bidirectional and the network becomes active. The integration of DGs into distribution network creates many issues with: system stability, protection coordination, power quality, islanding, proper placement and sizing etc. Among these issues, the two most significant are optimal sizing and placement of DGsdoi:10.20944/preprints201809.0439.v1 fatcat:au2m6epuujhdzoccxwocrpxqii