Design and Simulation of Multi Objective Power Flow Optimization in IEEE-30 Bus System using Modified Particle Swarm Optimization

Main Article Content

Mahendra Kumar Choudhary, Avinash Sharma, Abhishek Sharma


Execution and Reliability of OPF algorithms is an important issue of research for gainful power structure control and orchestrating. Perfect Power Flow is driven for restricting the objective work. This objective limit can be single regarded target work or different objective limits. In the present research, we have executed perfect power stream in order to constrain the fuel cost while satisfying the constraints, for instance, the voltages, power yields of the generator kept inside embraced purpose of repression. Some other objective can be used reliant on utility's preferred position and needs. Many streamlined framework models have been combined in the past by various researchers for OPF issue, for instance, Linear Programming, Non Linear Programming, Quadratic Programming, Newton Based Techniques, Parametric Methods, and Interior Point Methods, etc. A wide variety of bleeding edge optimization methodologies like Evolutionary Programming, Genetic Algorithm, PSO Algorithm, etc are proposed recorded as a hard copy for handling OPF issue. In this proposition, we have executed improved particle swarm optimization algorithm to restrain cost limit while keeping goals inside acceptable most extreme. The adjustments in particle swarm optimization is finished by introducing the idea of quantum computing and optimization of quickening coefficients. The proposed algorithm is associated with IEEE-30 bus structure. Resuts indicated unrivaled execution of proposed algorithm as contrasted and contemporary techniques.

Article Details