Solusi Aliran Daya Untuk Sistem Distribusi Tak Seimbang dengan Menggunakan Metode Trust-Region

Rudy Gianto, Kho Hie Khwee


In this research, the trust-region method has been proposed for solving the power flow problem of an unbalanced distribution system. The proposed method has been successfully applied in solving the power flow problems of three unbalanced distribution networks, i.e. 10-bus, 19-bus and 25-bus systems. The results of investigation obtained by the proposed method were compared to the previously reported results and were found to be in exact agreement                                                   

Keywords : power flow, distribution system, trust-region method

Abstrak—Pada penelitian ini, telah dibahas penggunaan dari metode trust-region untuk menyelesaikan masalah aliran daya pada sistem distribusi tak-seimbang. Metode yang diusulkan tersebut telah berhasil diaplikasikan pada pada tiga buah sistem distribusi tak-seimbang yaitu: sistem 10-bus, 19-bus dan 25-bus. Hasil-hasil penelitian memperlihatkan bahwa nilai-nilai yang diperoleh melalui metode trust-region adalah sangat sesuai dengan nilai-nilai yang didapat melalui metode lain yang sebelumnya telah dipublikasikan

Kata Kunci : aliran daya, sistem distribusi, metode trust-region

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