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Inamori School of Engineering Electrical Engineering Department Center of Excellence for Renewable Energy

Alfred University Amirkabir University of Technology University of the District of Columbia

Alfred, USA Tehran, Iran Washington, D.C., USA

mr.behrouz.azimian@ieee.org helmzadeh@aut.ac.ir amir.shahirinia@udc.edu

Abstract—Installation of flexible alternating current A genetic algorithm (GA) is one of the intelligent

transmission system (FACTS) devices is a widespread approach optimization algorithms utilized for the efficient placement of

for reducing ohmic losses in power networks. However, the these devices. It performs a search process imitated from the

location and control parameters of these devices should be mechanism of biological selection and biological genetics [1].

determined through an optimization procedure. An interphase Allocation of FACTS devices in power systems is a relatively

power controller (IPC) is one of the FACTS devices that can new research area. These devices can contribute in the

change the active power flow in network branches. However, reduction of power flow on overloaded lines, which in turn

the placement of this device has not been discussed yet. increases the loadability of the power system. In addition,

Therefore, an efficient optimization method will be introduced

FACTS devices can improve the stability, security and

in this paper based on a genetic algorithm (GA) combined with

optimal power flow (OPF) for IPC placement. Firstly, a simple

finally, provide a more energy-efficient transmission system.

novel method for entering the steady state model of IPC into the In [2], a GA is used in a graphical user interface (GUI)

power flow equations is proposed. Secondly, the optimal values application to determine the optimal multi-type FACTS

of decision variables such as IPC location and its control location in a more convenient and flexible way for power

parameters will be determined by the proposed optimization grids. Based on the GA, authors in [3] have considered

method. The simulation results on IEEE 30-bus and 118-bus contractual requirements to identify optimal thyristor

test systems show that the GA-based optimization process is controlled phase shifting (TCPS) location in a power system

able to obtain optimal solutions for the mixed integer placement network for maximization of system capabilities in an open

problem, which would result in a more energy-efficient power market. In [4], the extended voltage phasors approach

transmission system. (EVPA) and the well-established line flow index (LFI)

method are compared and it is shown that the former provides

Index Terms—Genetic algorithm; IPC placement; ohmic loss a more accurate indication for the placement of FACTS

reduction; optimal power flow; optimization controllers. In the most recent literature about the FACTS

device allocation problem, Duan et al, [5] has proposed a

I. INTRODUCTION sparse optimization method based on the sparse

Ohmic loss occurs due to energy dissipation in conductors characteristics of device placement in power system and the

used for transmission lines, transformers and etc. These losses investment cost of different types of FACTS devices (i.e.,

are intrinsic in real-world power systems. However, ohmic static VAR compensator (SVC), thyristor-controlled series

losses can be reduced to an optimum level by utilizing proper compensation (TCSC) and thyristor controlled phase shifting

strategies and installing compensation devices. Due to the (TCPS)). This method is combined with optimal power flow

global energy crisis, power ohmic loss minimization has (OPF) to investigate the numbers, locations, initial settings

attracted more attention in recent years. Many optimization and even types of FACTS devices simultaneously.

methods have been proposed for installing compensation Further studies about the FACTS device allocation and

devices to minimize these losses in power networks. Optimal the corresponding intelligent optimization approaches are

placement of the power system equipment such as shunt surveyed as follows. The optimal allocation of a unified

capacitors, distributed generations (DG) and FACTS devices power flow controller (UPFC) using a self-adaptive

have been widely investigated with the aim of power loss

evolutionary programming (SAEP) is performed in [6].

minimization.

Optimal location of FACTS shunt-series controllers (i.e.,

Various algorithms have been developed to determine the phase-shifting transformer (PST), hybrid flow controller

most efficient place for compensation devices in power grids. (HFC), and UPFC) by means of nonlinear programming

(NLP) and mixed-integer nonlinear programming (MINLP)) enormous design flexibility and makes a wide variety of

is investigated in [7]. Sensitivity analysis is used for applications possible. The capability of current control

determination of optimal location of the interline power flow enables the operator to control the power carried by the IPC

controller (IPFC) and optimal unified power flow controller and this could reduce the ohmic loss in network branches

(OUPFC) in [8]. Improved particle swarm optimization [12]. Indeed, IPC can be adapted to specific operating

(IPSO) is proposed to determine the optimal location of static conditions. In general, this adaptation can result in an

compensator (STATCOM) units in [9], and the brainstorm optimized operation of power systems.

optimization algorithm (BSOA), which is a novel promising

heuristic optimization algorithm inspired by brainstorming The main capabilities of IPC are robust control of active

process in human beings, is applied to SVC and TCSC and reactive power, fault current limitation and

allocation problems [10]. interconnection of non-synchronous networks [13-15]. The

authors in [16] have shown that power quality can be

Although many of the previous studies have focused on enhanced with the use of IPC in power networks. Due to the

the allocation problem for different kinds of FACTS devices, capability of controlling active power flow in network

allocation of the interphase power controller (IPC) has not branches, IPC can be installed in power grids with the aim of

been investigated. The purpose of this paper is to present a power loss minimization.

new model of IPC that can be used in load flow studies as

well as finding the most efficient place for one IPC device so III. MODELLING IPC FOR LOAD FLOW STUDIES

as to minimize the power grid loss. The presence of an IPC in Minimization of the active power losses in network

a power grid and its impact on the load flow can be simply branches is the main objective of the presented IPC

investigated by the proposed model. placement algorithm. Therefore, a simulation package is

required to calculate the power losses for the both networks

Authors in [11] have proposed a method that maximizes the with and without IPC. MATPOWER, which is a simulation

total transfer capability (TTC) while minimizing the power package based on MATLAB, is selected in this paper for

loss. Comparative results are presented to show that the performing load flow calculations. MATPOWER can provide

optimum place and settings of UPFC can improve TTC a high-level set of tools for steady-state power system studies

without compromising the minimization of power loss which such as power flow and optimal power flow [17]. This

is a challenging issue in UPFC placement. simulation package contains a set of MATLAB M-files that

can be easily understood and customized by the users.

In the following, we first establish a mathematical model of

Fortunately, the steady-state model of all FACTS devices

the optimal IPC planning problem and present a new model

including IPC can be combined with MATPOWER. For

of IPC, then we solve the optimization problem by a genetic example, the steady-state model for multi-terminal voltage

algorithm by considering the loss minimization and the TTC source converter high voltage direct current (VSC MTDC) is

maximization. introduced in [18] for carrying out sequential AC/DC power

The remainder of this paper is organized as follows. flow. Simulation results of this paper are obtained by

Section II describes the IPC technology. In Section III IPC combining the proposed methodology with the

will be modeled for load flow studies. Section IV formulates MATPOWER.

the proposed objective function optimization approach for In MATPOWER, all branches are modeled with a

IPC placement with the aim of ohmic loss reduction. Section standard transmission line π model in series with an ideal

IV provides the simulation results. Section V summarizes the phase shifting transformer which is located at the sending end

main contributions and conclusions of this paper. of the branch. Therefore, phase shifting can be easily applied

II. IPC TECHNOLOGY for desired branches in MATPOWER.

IPC is a power electronic device which is equipped with The capability of having phase shifting for network

thyristor switches. A general electrical model of IPC is shown branches is very helpful for combining the steady state model

in Fig. 1. As shown in the figure, each phase consists of two of IPC with the MATPOWER. Suppose that an IPC should be

parallel branches and each branch contains a reactance installed on the k-th branch of the network which is located

(inductor or capacitor) connected in series with the phase- between i-th and j-th buses. As it is shown in Figure 2 the

shifting device. model the network can be modified by adding one bus and

two branches to the existing branch model.

way in which the series elements are connected between two

buses. Adjusting the values of the reactances and internal Figure 2. Modifying existing network model due to installing an IPC on the

phase angles, which are the control variables, allows k-th branch.

IV. OPTIMIZATION PROCEEDURE D. Optimization Method

A. Objective Function The mathematical equations of the cost function and

The main goal of the proposed IPC placement algorithm optimization constraints are not clear in terms of decision

is minimizing the sum of ohmic losses in network branches. variables. In addition, the optimization problem is a mixed

Therefore, the objective function can be defined as follows: integer one. In such situations, heuristic methods such as GA

can be utilized for minimizing the cost function. As

mentioned before, determination of the cost function value

Ploss for a special set of optimization variables is based on OPF

for the network with IPC

f= (1) results in MATPOWER. As a result, the proposed objective

Ploss function will be formed in MATLAB. A set of M-files should

for the network without IPC be prepared in this software to determine the optimal values

of decision variables. However, the GA toolbox in MATLAB

can be utilized for the objective function minimization. It is

If the active power flows at the sending and receiving noteworthy that this toolbox can solve the mixed integer

ends of all branches are known, the value of Ploss can be optimization problems. Another advantage of the

calculated as below: combination of OPF with GA is the limitation of the

optimization search space. When the cost function for any

N br

iteration is obtained based on OPF calculation, search space

Ploss = (Psendi + Preceivei ) (2) for GA can be limited significantly. Therefore, GA can

i =1

achieve the optimal solution much faster and with high

probability the best global solution [19].

Therefore, the value of Ploss can be determined by

performing power flow analysis on the modified network Genetic algorithm begins with a set of solutions

model (with IPC). This value will change if the location (represented by chromosomes) called population. A

and/or control parameters of the IPC are changed. Hence, the chromosome consists of genes that are optimization variables.

value of proposed cost function can be minimized by Based on fitness function values to the current population, a

determining optimal location for the IPC and optimal values new population will be formed by reproduction and crossover

of control parameters. actions. This process will be repeated until some conditions

are satisfied. Figure 3 shows the flowchart of GA

B. Optimization Variables optimization algorithm.

IPC location is the most important variable in the

optimization procedure. In MATPOWER case studies, each

branch has a number that indicates its location. Hence, the

number of selected branches is an integer decision variable in

the optimization process. On the other side, the parameters

Φ1 , Φ 2 , XL , and X C are continuous decision variables that

should be calculated with the aim of ohmic losses

minimization. Hence, the proposed IPC placement is a mixed

integer optimization problem with one integer and four

continuous decision variables.

C. Optimization Constraints

It is noteworthy that there are some equality and

inequality constraints in IPC placement optimization

procedure. For example, voltage magnitudes of all buses and

loading factors of branches should be maintained at an

acceptable range for the network with IPC (inequality

constraints). In addition, the total power demand of the

Figure 3. Flowchart of GA optimization algorithm.

system must be provided by the generating units with the

minimum cost of generation (equality constraint).

A sub-process should be done in all iterations of GA for

All the above equality and inequality constraints must be evaluating the fitness function values for the population.

satisfied in the OPF process. Hence, we preferred to calculate Fitness function evaluation is based on OPF results.

the value of ohmic losses and consequently the value of the Therefore, several OPF should be done in all GA iterations.

cost function by performing OPF calculations. In such OPF calculations may diverge for some chromosomes (each

manner, all equality and inequality constraints will be chromosome is a set of decision variables). In such situations,

satisfied during the optimization procedure. MATPOWER the value of cost function will be set equal to an extremely

includes codes for solving the OPF problem. Therefore, the large value. Therefore, these chromosomes have little chances

value of proposed cost function for the networks with and to be selected in the next population. The flowchart of fitness

without IPC can be calculated by using this package. function evaluation is shown in Figure 4.

Not

Check Stopping Criteria

Satisfied k=1

the current set of decision decision variables Figure 6. Chromosome structure

variables from k-th chromosome

Simulation results are depicted in Figure 7. As it is shown,

Reproduction the best value of the cost function is equal to 0.7532. It

Run OPF for the modified means that the ohmic losses can be reduced by 24.68% via

simulation model NO optimal installation of an IPC in the IEEE 30-bus test system.

YES

equal to an extremely large NO Successful OPF k > population size

value

YES

function for the chromosome of network branches

optimization.

V. SIMULATION RESULTS

A. IEEE 30-Bus Test System

The standard IEEE 30-bus test system is selected for Figure 7. GA toolbox outputs for IPC placement in IEEE 30-bus test system

examination of the proposed IPC placement algorithm. The

location of IPC and the values of control parameters should Optimal values of decision variables are shown in the

be determined for the selected test system. The single line TABLE I.

diagram of the IEEE 30-bus test system is shown in Figure 5.

TABLE I. OPTIMAL VALUES OF DECISION VARIABLES

Number of

Phi1 Phi2 XL XC

The selected

(degree) (degree) (ohm) (ohm)

Line

178.25

36 -20.6995 -35.1144 187.2990

55

located between 27-th and 28-th buses) has been selected for

IPC installation. The voltage magnitudes and phase angles for

both networks with and without IPC, which are obtained from

OPF results, are depicted in TABLE II.

TABLE II shows that voltage magnitudes for both

networks with and without IPC are maintained between

acceptable ranges. Loading factors of the network branches

are shown in TABLE III.

TABLE III shows that by optimal placement of IPC,

Figure 5. Single line diagram of the IEEE 30-bus test system. loading factors have been changed significantly in branches

with high resistances values. For example in branches with

The GA optimization method is used for minimizing the

numbers 33, 35 and 20 that have high resistances, the values

proposed cost function. It must be noted that there are no

of loading factors have been decreased by 88.05%,74.86%

equality and inequality constraints in the GA optimization

and 48.3% respectively.

process. However, all constraints for electrical quantities

(such as voltage magnitudes and loading factors of branches)

will be satisfied via OPF procedure at the stage of fitness

function evaluation. Chromosome structure which consists of

decision variables is shown in Figure 6.

TABLE II. PHASE ANGLES AND MAGNITUDES OF VOLTAGES FOR optimization (PSO) and interior point methods can be

NETWORKS WITH AND WITHOUT IPC

implemented by MATLAB for minimizing desired cost

Bus

Without IPC With IPC functions. However, the mentioned methods cannot solve the

number

Voltage Voltage Vmax Vmin Voltage Voltage MIP optimization problems. Therefore, the optimum location

mag angle mag angle of the IPC (as an integer decision variable) is assumed to be

1 0.982 0.000 1.05 0.95 1.050 0.000

known. It means that four continuous decision variables

2 0.979 -0.763 1.1 0.95 1.048 -0.710

3 0.977 -2.390 1.05 0.95 1.035 -2.040

should be determined by the mentioned optimization

4 0.976 -2.839 1.05 0.95 1.033 -2.427 methods. Simulation results are shown in TABLE IV.

5 0.971 -2.486 1.05 0.95 1.034 -2.170

6 0.972 -3.229 1.05 0.95 1.028 -2.706 TABLE IV. OPTIMAL VALUES OF DECISION VARIABLES

7 0.962 -3.491 1.05 0.95 1.021 -2.985

8 0.961 -3.682 1.05 0.95 1.017 -3.062 Cost

9 0.990 -4.137 1.05 0.95 1.034 -4.121 Opt. Phi1 Phi2 XL XC

Method (degree) (degree) (ohm) (ohm) Fun.

10 1.000 -4.600 1.05 0.95 1.037 -4.857 Value

11 0.990 -4.137 1.05 0.95 1.034 -4.121

12 1.017 -4.498 1.05 0.95 1.050 -4.524 Genetic

13 1.064 -3.298 1.1 0.95 1.081 -3.379 -20.699 -35.114 178.255 187.299 0.7532

Algorithm

14 1.007 -5.040 1.05 0.95 1.039 -5.148 Particle

-2.580 -16.765 113.944 166.041 0.7537

15 1.009 -4.814 1.05 0.95 1.041 -5.039 Swarm

16 1.003 -4.839 1.05 0.95 1.038 -4.946 Simulated

-14.012 -38.129 125.085 195.144 0.7603

17 0.995 -4.887 1.05 0.95 1.032 -5.086 annealing

18 0.993 -5.484 1.05 0.95 1.027 -5.675 Interior

-17.055 -28.458 144.577 156.997 0.7560

19 0.987 -5.688 1.05 0.95 1.023 -5.868 point

20 0.990 -5.472 1.05 0.95 1.025 -5.667

21 1.009 -4.621 1.05 0.95 1.042 -5.002 As it can be seen in TABLE IV many combinations of

22 1.016 -4.503 1.1 0.95 1.047 -4.924

23 1.026 -3.756 1.1 0.95 1.052 -4.453 other decision variables ( Φ1 , Φ 2 , X L , and X C ) can lead to

24 1.017 -3.885 1.05 0.95 1.037 -5.100 approximately optimal value for the proposed objective

25 1.044 -2.072 1.05 0.95 1.037 -5.374

function.

26 1.027 -2.476 1.05 0.95 1.020 -5.783

27 1.069 -0.715 1.1 0.95 1.046 -5.287 C. IEEE 118-Bus Test System

28 0.982 -3.215 1.05 0.95 1.035 -2.390

29 1.050 -1.849 1.05 0.95 1.027 -6.473 The standard IEEE 118-bus test system is selected for

30 1.039 -2.643 1.05 0.95 1.016 -7.303 examination of the proposed IPC placement algorithm.

31 - - 1.1 0.9 1.100 -9.462 Simulation results are depicted in Fig.8.

WITHOUT IPC

Line R LF Line R LF

Num. (pu) Change Num. (pu) change

1 0.02 5.00% 22 0.11 -7.96%

2 0.05 2.21% 23 0.06 -14.17%

3 0.06 1.95% 24 0.03 8.08%

4 0.01 2.46% 25 0.09 6.18%

5 0.05 3.64% 26 0.03 0.32%

6 0.06 2.19% 27 0.03 -40.79%

7 0.01 -2.92% 28 0.07 -36.53%

8 0.05 6.73% 29 0.01 -21.34%

9 0.03 -21.07% 30 0.1 -35.01%

10 0.01 -1.87% 31 0.12 -3.01%

11 0 16.16% 32 0.13 113.22%

12 0 16.16% 33 0.19 -88.05%

13 0 - 34 0.25 0.02%

14 0 14.69% 35 0.11 -74.86%

15 0 -11.91% 36 0 8.64%

16 0 -24.67% 37 0.22 0.12% Figure 8. GA toolbox outputs for IPC placement in IEEE 118-bus test

17 0.12 12.21% 38 0.32 0.13% system.

18 0.07 38.58% 39 0.24 0.06%

19 0.09 -4.59% 40 0.06 2.98% As it is shown, the best value of the cost function is equal

20 0.22 -48.30% 41 0.02 1.12% to 0.8732. It means that the ohmic losses can be reduced by

21 0.08 -15.89%

12.38% via optimal installation of an IPC in the IEEE 118-

B. Comparision With Some Optimization Methods bus test system. Optimal values of decision variables are

In addition to the GA solver, many other optimization shown in TABLE V.

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