Publication Type:

Conference Paper


2018 National Power Engineering Conference, NPEC 2018, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. (2018)





active power flow, Electric inverters, Electric lines, Electric load flow, Electric power transmission, Isolation transformers, MATLAB, MATLAB-Simulink software, Power control, Pulse width modulation, PWM control, Sinusoidal signals, Transmission line modeling, Unipolar pulse width modulation, Voltage control, Voltage source inverter


<p>This paper presents the active power flow control in the transmission line by use of voltage source inverter in closed loop. A two transmission line model is built in the MATLAB Simulink software and the active power flow in one of the line is controlled by injection of voltage into the transmission line through an isolation transformer from the voltage source inverter. A unipolar pulse width modulation technique is used to generate the PWM pulses to the voltage source inverter. The phase angle of the reference sinusoidal signal is controlled to control the angle at which voltage is injected into the line so that desired active power flow is achieved. © 2018 IEEE.</p>


cited By 0; Conference of 2018 National Power Engineering Conference, NPEC 2018 ; Conference Date: 9 March 2018 Through 10 March 2018; Conference Code:140237

Cite this Research Publication

S. P. Swamy, Janarthanan, N., and Dr. Balamurugan S., “Control of Real Power Flow in the Transmission Line Using PWM Based Voltage Source Inverter”, in 2018 National Power Engineering Conference, NPEC 2018, 2018.