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## Optimization of distribution network configuration for loss reduction using artificial bee colony algorithm

Venue: | International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems Engineering |

Citations: | 13 - 0 self |

### Citations

253 | An idea based on honey bee swarm for numerical optimization,”
- Karaboga
- 2005
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Citation Context ...icial bee colony (ABC) algorithm is proposed for the minimization of power losses in the distribution system. The artificial bee colony algorithm is a new metaheuristic approach, proposed by Karaboga =-=[21]-=-. It is inspired by the intelligent foraging behavior of honey bee swarm. The proposed method is tested on 14, 33 and 119 bus systems and results obtained are effective and encouraging. The rest of th... |

173 | A powerful and efficient algorithm for numerical function optimization: Artificial bee colony (ABC) algorithm - Karaboga, Basturk - 2007 |

129 | On the performance of artificial bee colony (ABC) algorithm”, - Karaboga, Basturk - 2008 |

115 |
Network Reconfiguration in Distribution Systems for Loss Reduction and Load Balancing”,
- BARAN, WU
- 1989
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Citation Context ...1; 13. if cycle<MIC, go to step 5, otherwise go to step 14; 14. Stop. The flow chart of the proposed method is shown in figure 2. V. TEST RESULTS The proposed method was tested on 14-bus [11], 33-bus =-=[17]-=-, and 119-bus [18] radial distribution systems and results have been obtained to evaluate its effectiveness. For all these systems, the substation voltage is considered as 1.0 p.u. and all the tie and... |

66 |
Distribution Feeder Reconfiguration for Loss Reduction”,
- CIVANLAR, GRAINGER, et al.
- 1988
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Citation Context ...operating configuration for the distribution system represented by a spanning tree structure at a specific load condition. A branch and bound type heuristic algorithm was suggested by Civanlar et al. =-=[2]-=-, where a simple formula was developed for determination of change in power loss due to a branch exchange. In [3]–[5], the authors suggested to employ a power flow method-based heuristic algorithm (PF... |

50 |
Reconfiguration of Electric Distribution Networks for Resistive Line Losses Reduction”,
- SHIRMOHAMMADI
- 1989
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Citation Context ...ondition. A branch and bound type heuristic algorithm was suggested by Civanlar et al. [2], where a simple formula was developed for determination of change in power loss due to a branch exchange. In =-=[3]-=-–[5], the authors suggested to employ a power flow method-based heuristic algorithm (PFBHA) for determining the minimum loss configuration of radial distribution networks. In [6]–[8], the authors prop... |

42 | An artificial bee colony (ABC) algorithm for numerical function optimization. In: - Basturk, Karaboga - 2006 |

41 |
Implementation of genetic algorithm for distribution systems loss minimum re-configuration”,
- NARA, SHIOSE, et al.
- 1992
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Citation Context ...loss configuration of radial distribution networks. In [6]–[8], the authors proposed a solution procedure employing simulated annealing (SA) to search an acceptable non-inferior solution. Nara et al. =-=[9]-=- presented an implementation using a genetic algorithm (GA) to look for the minimum loss configuration. Das [10] presents an algorithm based on the heuristic rules and fuzzy multiobjective approach fo... |

35 |
Optimal Network Reconfiguration in Distribution Systems: Part 2: Solution Algorithms and Numerical Results”,
- CHIANG, JEAN-JUMEAU
- 1990
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Citation Context ...anch exchange. In [3]–[5], the authors suggested to employ a power flow method-based heuristic algorithm (PFBHA) for determining the minimum loss configuration of radial distribution networks. In [6]–=-=[8]-=-, the authors proposed a solution procedure employing simulated annealing (SA) to search an acceptable non-inferior solution. Nara et al. [9] presented an implementation using a genetic algorithm (GA)... |

31 |
Search for a Minimal-Loss Operating Spanning Tree Configuration in Urban Power Distribution Systems”,
- Merlin, Back
- 1975
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Citation Context ...ork reconfiguration becomes a complicated combinatorial, non-differentiable constrained optimization problem. Distribution system reconfiguration for loss reduction was first proposed by Merlin et al =-=[1]-=-. They employed a blend of optimization and heuristics to determine the minimal-loss operating configuration for the distribution system represented by a spanning tree structure at a specific load con... |

19 |
Optimal Reconfiguration of Electrical Distribution Network using the Refined Genetic Algorithm”, Electric Power Systems Research,
- Zhu
- 2002
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Citation Context ...nimum node voltage of the system after reconfiguration improved to 0.9437 p.u (node 33). The results of the proposed algorithm are compared with Genetic Algorithms [14] and Refined Genetic Algorithms =-=[16]-=- and arepresented in Table 2. From the results, it is observed that the optimal power loss obtained by the proposed method is 1.1 kW less than GA [14] and is same as RGA [16]. The CPU time used by th... |

18 |
A fuzzy multiobjective approach for network reconfiguration of distribution systems
- Das
- 2006
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Citation Context ...ying simulated annealing (SA) to search an acceptable non-inferior solution. Nara et al. [9] presented an implementation using a genetic algorithm (GA) to look for the minimum loss configuration. Das =-=[10]-=- presents an algorithm based on the heuristic rules and fuzzy multiobjective approach for optimizing network configuration. In this paper, a new algorithm called artificial bee colony (ABC) algorithm ... |

15 | Optimal reconfiguration of radial distribution systems using a fuzzy mutated genetic algorithm - Prasad, Ranjan, et al. - 2005 |

13 |
Feeder Reconfiguration for Loss Reduction: An Application of Distribution Automation”,
- WAGNER, CHIKHANI, et al.
- 1991
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Citation Context ...lying the above branch equations successively. This procedure is referred to as a forward update. Similar to forward update, a backward update is expressed by the following set of recursive equations =-=[4]-=-: 2 '2 ( P'i + Qi ) Pi − 1 = Pi + PLi + Ri, i+ 1. (7) 2 V i World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology 45 2008 P Li, Q Li P Li+1, Q Li+1 Q i 2 i ) P Ln, Q Ln (5) (6) 709 V 2 i−1 where P = V ... |

13 |
Network reconfiguration of distribution systems using improved mixed-integer hybrid differential evolution
- Su, Lee
- 2003
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Citation Context ... cycle=cycle+1; 13. if cycle<MIC, go to step 5, otherwise go to step 14; 14. Stop. The flow chart of the proposed method is shown in figure 2. V. TEST RESULTS The proposed method was tested on 14-bus =-=[11]-=-, 33-bus [17], and 119-bus [18] radial distribution systems and results have been obtained to evaluate its effectiveness. For all these systems, the substation voltage is considered as 1.0 p.u. and al... |

13 | Optimization of network configuration in large distribution systems using plant growth simulation algorithm”, - Wang, Cheng - 2008 |

11 | An improved TS algorithm for lossminimum reconfiguration in large-scale distribution systems,” - Zhang, Fu, et al. - 2007 |

10 |
Determination of network configuration considering multiobjective in distribution systems using genetic algorithms,”
- Hong, Ho
- 2005
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Citation Context ...f 31.2 % in total power loss. The minimum node voltage of the system after reconfiguration improved to 0.9437 p.u (node 33). The results of the proposed algorithm are compared with Genetic Algorithms =-=[14]-=- and Refined Genetic Algorithms [16] and arepresented in Table 2. From the results, it is observed that the optimal power loss obtained by the proposed method is 1.1 kW less than GA [14] and is same ... |

8 |
Network reconfiguration in distribution system using simulated annealing,” Electric Power System
- Cheng
- 1994
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Citation Context ...a branch exchange. In [3]–[5], the authors suggested to employ a power flow method-based heuristic algorithm (PFBHA) for determining the minimum loss configuration of radial distribution networks. In =-=[6]-=-–[8], the authors proposed a solution procedure employing simulated annealing (SA) to search an acceptable non-inferior solution. Nara et al. [9] presented an implementation using a genetic algorithm ... |

6 | Enhanced genetic algorithm-based fuzzy multiobjective approach to distribution network reconfiguration”, - Huang - 2002 |

2 |
Method for minimum-loss reconfiguration of distribution system by tabu search
- Mishima, Nara, et al.
- 2005
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Citation Context ...C, go to step 5, otherwise go to step 14; 14. Stop. The flow chart of the proposed method is shown in figure 2. V. TEST RESULTS The proposed method was tested on 14-bus [11], 33-bus [17], and 119-bus =-=[18]-=- radial distribution systems and results have been obtained to evaluate its effectiveness. For all these systems, the substation voltage is considered as 1.0 p.u. and all the tie and sectionalizing sw... |

1 |
A new for the reconfiguration of distribution feeders for loss minimization
- Goswami, Basu
- 1992
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Citation Context ...tion. A branch and bound type heuristic algorithm was suggested by Civanlar et al. [2], where a simple formula was developed for determination of change in power loss due to a branch exchange. In [3]–=-=[5]-=-, the authors suggested to employ a power flow method-based heuristic algorithm (PFBHA) for determining the minimum loss configuration of radial distribution networks. In [6]–[8], the authors proposed... |