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List of figure

Figure 1 PCC voltage waveform without compensation................................................... 3


Figure 2 source current waveform without compensation ............................................... 4
Figure 3 FFT analysis without compensation ................................................................... 4
Figure 4 FFT analysis without compensation ................................................................... 5

List of contents
List of figure ...................................................................................................................... 1
CHAPTER 7 ...................................................................................................................... 3
RESULT AND DISCUSSION .......................................................................................... 3
7.1 For Non-linear load ................................................................................................. 3
7.1.1 Without Compensation ..................................................................................... 3
Fig.35 – .............................................................................................................................. 4
7.1.2 STATCOM compensation using Icosφ controller ........................................... 5
Fig.42 – FFT analysis after compensation ........................................................................ 7
Fig.45 – FFT analysis after compensation ........................................................................ 8
Fig.48 – FFT analysis after compensation ...................................................................... 10
Fig.51 – FFT analysis after compensation ...................................................................... 11
Fig.54 – FFT analysis after compensation ...................................................................... 13
Fig.59 – FFT analysis after compensation ...................................................................... 15
Fig.62 – FFT analysis after compensation ...................................................................... 17
Fig.65 – FFT analysis after compensation ...................................................................... 18
Fig.68 – FFT analysis after compensation ...................................................................... 20
Fig.71– FFT analysis after compensation ....................................................................... 21
Fig.76 – FFT analysis after compensation ...................................................................... 24
Fig. 79 – FFT analysis after compensation ..................................................................... 25
Fig.83 – FFT analysis after compensation ...................................................................... 27
Fig. 86 – FFT analysis after compensation ..................................................................... 28
Fig. 89 – FFT analysis after compensation ..................................................................... 30
CHAPTER 7

RESULT AND DISCUSSION


In this chapter study about simulation result. Simulation were performed numerically using the
“Power Block-set” simulator operating under Matlab/Simulink environment, in order to verify
the operation of the proposed DSTATCOM compensator using linear control scheme were
used. Also discussed about result of DSTATCOM using different type of control schemes with
interface wing energy at PCC and see the result of source current harmonic and unity power
factor of the source.

7.1 For Non-linear load

7.1.1 Without Compensation

Figure 1 PCC voltage waveform without compensation


Fig.35 –

Figure 2 source current waveform without compensation

When the nonlinear load is conned in three phase transmission line the source current is
distorted and harmonic is taking place. By using FFT analysis determine the total harmonic
distortion (THD) in source current is 28.46%, but it is greater than 5% as per IEEE std 159 to
eliminating or compensating this THD used compensation device.

Figure 3 FFT analysis without compensation

Fig.37 - FFT analysis without compensation


7.1.2 STATCOM compensation using 𝑰 𝐜𝐨𝐬 𝝋 controller

Fig.38 – charging discharging of capacitor voltage

Figure 4 FFT analysis without compensation


Fig.

Fig.40 – PCC voltage after compensation

Fig. 41 – Source Current After Compensation


Fig.42 – FFT analysis after compensation
This Technique is generally used to eliminate the source current harmonic and reduced the THD
also before using compensation device THD is 28.46% and after using STATCOM with 𝐼 cos 𝜑
controller the THD is 3.14% which is less than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.

7.1.3 STATCOM compensation using IRPT controller

Fig. 43 – Voltage and current are in same phase


Fig. 44 – Source Current After Compensation

Fig.45 – FFT analysis after compensation


This Technique is generally used to eliminate the source current harmonic and reduced the THD
also before using compensation device THD is 28.46% and after using STATCOM with IRPT
controller the THD is 3.06% which is less than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.
7.1.4 STATCOM compensation using SRF controller

Fig.46 – Voltage and current are in same phase

Fig. 47 – Source Current After Compensation


Fig.48 – FFT analysis after compensation
This Technique is generally used to eliminate the source current harmonic and reduced the THD
also before using compensation device THD is 28.46% and after using STATCOM with 𝐼 cos 𝜑
controller the THD is 3.14% which is less than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.

7.1.5 STATCOM compensation using UVT controller

Fig.49 – Voltage and current are in same phase


Fig. 50 – Source Current After Compensation

Fig.51 – FFT analysis after compensation


This Technique is generally used to eliminate the source current harmonic and reduced the THD
also before using compensation device THD is 28.46% and after using STATCOM with UVT
controller the THD is 3.60% which is less than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.
7.1.6 STATCOM compensation using PBT controller

Fig. 52 – Voltage and current are in same phase

Fig. 53 – Source Current After Compensation


Fig.54 – FFT analysis after compensation
This Technique is generally used to eliminate the source current harmonic and reduced the THD
also before using compensation device THD is 28.46% and after using STATCOM with 𝐼 cos 𝜑
controller the THD is 3.14% which is less than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.

7.2 For Three –phase Unbalanced Load

7.2.1 Without compensation

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Fig. 55 – source current waveform without compensation
7.1.2 STATCOM compensation using 𝑰 𝐜𝐨𝐬 𝝋 controller

Fig.56 – charging discharging of capacitor voltage

Fig.57 – Voltage and current are in same phase

Fig. 58 – Source Current After Compensation


Fig.59 – FFT analysis after compensation

This Technique is generally provided balanced system at source side when load is unbalanced.
After using STATCOM with 𝐼 cos 𝜑 controller the THD is 2.73% in source current which is
less than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.

7.1.3 STATCOM compensation using IRPT controller


Fig. 60 – Voltage and current are in same phase

Fig. 61 – Source Current After Compensation


Fig.62 – FFT analysis after compensation

This Technique is generally provided balanced system at source side when load is unbalanced.
After using STATCOM with IRPT controller the THD is 2.82% in source current which is less
than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.

7.2.4 STATCOM compensation using SRF controller

Fig.63 – Voltage and current are in same phase


Fig. 64 – Source Current After Compensation

Fig.65 – FFT analysis after compensation

This Technique is generally provided balanced system at source side when load is unbalanced.
After using STATCOM with SRF controller the THD is 2.74% in source current which is less
than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.
7.2.5 STATCOM compensation using UVT controller

Fig. 66 – Voltage and current are in same phase

Fig. 67 – Source Current After Compensation


Fig.68 – FFT analysis after compensation

This Technique is generally provided balanced system at source side when load is unbalanced.
After using STATCOM with SRF controller the THD is 2.74% in source current which is less
than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.

7.1.6 STATCOM compensation using PBT controller

Fig.69 – Voltage and current are in same phase


Fig. 70 – Source Current After Compensation

Fig.71– FFT analysis after compensation

This Technique is generally provided balanced system at source side when load is unbalanced.
After using STATCOM with SRF controller the THD is 2.72% in source current which is less
than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.
7.3 For Two-phase Unbalanced Load

7.3.1 Without compensation

Fig. 72 – source current waveform without compensation

7.3.2 STATCOM compensation using 𝑰 𝐜𝐨𝐬 𝝋 controller

Fig. 73 – charging discharging of capacitor voltage


Fig. 74 – Voltage and current are in same phase

Fig. 75 – Source Current After Compensation


Fig.76 – FFT analysis after compensation

This Technique is generally provided balanced system at source side when load is unbalanced.
After using STATCOM with 𝐼 cos 𝜑 controller the THD is 2.73% in source current which is
less than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.

7.3.3 STATCOM compensation using IRPT controller

Fig. 77 – Voltage and current are in same phase


Fig. 78 – Source Current After Compensation

Fig. 79 – FFT analysis after compensation

This Technique is generally provided balanced system at source side when load is two-phase
unbalanced system and one-phase current should be zero. After using STATCOM with IRPT
controller the THD is 3.00% in source current which is less than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.
7.3.4 STATCOM compensation using SRF controller

Fig. 80 – Voltage and current are in same phase

Fig. 81 – Source Current After Compensation

Fig. 82 - STATCOM Injected Current


Fig.83 – FFT analysis after compensation

This Technique is generally provided balanced system at source side when load is two-phase
unbalanced system and one-phase current should be zero. After using STATCOM with IRPT
controller the THD is 2.89% in source current which is less than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.

7.3.5 STATCOM compensation using UVT controller

Fig. 84 – Voltage and current are in same phase


Fig. 85 – Source Current After Compensation

Fig. 86 – FFT analysis after compensation

This Technique is generally provided balanced system at source side when load is two-phase
unbalanced system and one-phase current should be zero. After using STATCOM with IRPT
controller the THD is 2.90% in source current which is less than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.
7.3.6 STATCOM compensation using PBT controller

Fig. 87 – Voltage and current are in same phase

Fig. 88 – Source Current After Compensation


Fig. 89 – FFT analysis after compensation

This Technique is generally provided balanced system at source side when load is two-phase
unbalanced system and one-phase current should be zero. After using STATCOM with IRPT
controller the THD is 3.05% in source current which is less than 5% as per IEEE std. 159.

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