Electrical Power Distribution Network Reliability: A Case Study in Wates Substation, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Journal of Electrical Technology UMY
This paper presents electrical power distribution network reliability. Reliability is one of the most critical factors of a network operating system that is supported. Several things become essential parameters in determining an index that complements the distribution system, namely SAIFI and SAIDI. This research is able to know about the high levels obtained by the distribution system at the Wates substation. With this analysis, it is expected that this will become a reference for improving
... ce for improving service quality in the coming year. Based on the results of calculations and analyses that have been done, it can be said that the distribution system at the substation has been reliable, because all feeders have met the standards set by the SPLN, IEEE, and WCS, especially the WT 05 feeder meets the standard. . His research interests are in computational of power system, artificial intelligence in power system, power system control, the application of fuzzy logic in power system, optimization, distributed energy resources, and renewable energy. Faaris Mujaahid hold a bachelor degree in 2010 from Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, Saxion University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands. He received a master degree in Sustainable Energy Technologies in 2016 from University of Southampton, UK. ing. Faaris Mujaahid, M.Sc. is currently a lecturer in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia. His main research interest is in LabVIEW and renewable energy (mainly in solar cell material and fabrication technologies).