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backward forward sweep method for radial distribution system

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13 Feb 2013 (Updated )

this is matlab code that is designed for distribution load flow using backward forwad sweep method

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this is matlab code that is designed for distribution load flow using backward forwad sweep method using BIBC matrix method. it also include code that adjust your line data in to standard form if you accidentally interchange the sending and receiving end node.

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Back Forward Sweep Algorithm For Radial Distribution Systems inspired this file.

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27 Jul 2016 Saran Satsangi

All, those are looking for robust distribution load flow (matlab code) may download from https://www.researchgate.net/publication/305618060_MATLAB_Code_for_Distribution_System_Load_flow_using_Forward-Backward_Sweep_Method

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30 Mar 2016 yared tassew

hello,
dear Oktoviano Gandhi the positive complex and negative complex related to the voltage angle not the power loss. You can just calculate the power loss by multiplying the line current square with the line resistance.
thank you.

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30 Mar 2016 Oktoviano Gandhi

Dear Yared Tassew,

Thanks for the code, it helped me a lot. However, when I tested on 33-bus radial system, some node voltages have positive complex component while others have negative complex component. This causes positive and negative power losses across the branches. Do you have any idea on what is wrong? Thanks!

18 Dec 2015 yared tassew

Dear Mohamed,
send me the data and i will check it

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18 Dec 2015 Mohamed Ali

Dear Yared,
What is that mean the central bus?
If I choose 9 bus IEEE radial dist. system,
and select central bus as 1, it gives me error

(((Index exceeds matrix dimensions.
Error in radial9busieee (line 41)
NLD=LD(c,:);)))

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15 Oct 2015 yared tassew

dear ramseshan rajaskaran,
is the IEEE 118 bus system radial distribution system? if it is it will work fine.

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30 Sep 2015 Ramaseshan Rajasekaran

Dear yared tassew,

How can i execute your code on a IEEE 118 bus test system

when the code is executed, i get Index error

Please help

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13 Jul 2015 Divya

Divya (view profile)

Can the bibc matrix logic be adjusted accordingly?

24 Jun 2015 Divya

Divya (view profile)

Can you say how?

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24 Jun 2015 yared tassew

hello divya if you choose any bus as a central bus you have to check still the system is radial.

that is why it is showing error the system is not radial when you choose a different bus. So make sure the system is still radial when you choose a different bus.

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24 Jun 2015 Divya

Divya (view profile)

When other buses like 2 or 3 are selected as central bus the program is giving error.Can this program be used for having central bus other than first bus?

23 Jun 2015 Divya

Divya (view profile)

For central bus other than first bus the code is showing error.

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25 Nov 2014 yared tassew

hey Guzman I also include the BCBV matrix in this post
http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/40412-backward-forward-sweep-method-for-radial-distribution-system/content//backward_forward_sweep.m

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24 Nov 2014 Guzman

Guzman (view profile)

The error was mine! Your code is correct. Simply you defined the BCBV from the BIBC matrix through the impedance matrix. It is perfect. I'm sorry.

24 Nov 2014 Guzman

Guzman (view profile)

I've been reviewing your code, and I think that you might have an error at the forward sweep. Note that your matrix TRX is probably meant to find the voltage deviations at each iteration. If so, you should not be using the BIC matrix, but the branch-current to bus-voltage (BCBV) matrix, which seems to be missing in your code. Am I right?

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16 Nov 2014 HAMID REZA  
23 Sep 2014 JAYA PRAKASH

plz add some files(information related to backward forward sweep method and B.I.B.C) related to theory of above method.

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27 May 2014 Hosein

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19 Feb 2013 yared tassew

guys im doing some improvement on this code i will post it soon. which includes the bcbv matrix which make it easier

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20 Nov 2014 1.1

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