Optimal Relay Coordination for DG-Based Power System Using Standard and User-Defined Relay Characteristics
Keywords:coordination time interval, grey wolf optimization, plug setting, relay coordination, time multiplier setting
The operating time of directional overcurrent relays (DOCRs) can be reduced with user-defined relay characteristics considering plug setting (PS), time multiplier setting (TMS), and relay characteristic coefficients (λ and γ). This study presents a comparative analysis of relay coordination with standard and user-defined relay characteristics. The proposed relay coordination scheme is formulated as a non-linear constraint optimization problem. The grey wolf optimization (GWO) algorithm is used to determine the optimal relay settings and total operating time of DOCRs. The performance of the proposed scheme is tested on the standard 8-bus, 9-bus, and 15-bus systems. The results show that the total operating time of DOCRs with user-defined relay characteristics is better than that with standard relay characteristics. The results of the GWO algorithm are compared with the performance of optimization techniques used in literature to solve the relay coordination problem.
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