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2014 Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference (AUPEC)
For managing carbon emission, micro-generation with different capabilities are being actively explored for grid integration. Such small scale generation connected to low and medium voltage conventional network that are not designed to accommodate distributed generation pose various issues like voltage rise during off peak hours. The aim of this paper is to evaluate different inverter control strategies under different conditions created by pseudo-random events through simulation on a testdoi:10.1109/aupec.2014.6966591 fatcat:2rv3g3gx6nabroepme44iy42tm