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Table 4 A comparative study of the proposed load shedding strategy with the state-of-art

From: Load shedding strategy coordinated with storage device and D-STATCOM to enhance the microgrid stability

RefSystem undertakenThe efficiency of the load shedding strategyOverall system frequency drop (in Hz)Remarks
[17]Microgrid (50 Hz)98.36%48.92The system with synchronous and asynchronous generators
[18]Microgrid (50 Hz)96.82%48.8Implementation of an adaptive controller to maintain stability.
[21]IEEE 14 Bus System (60 Hz)94.50%59.6Load shedding without any supporting device.
[22]Power system with interconnected power districts (50 Hz)98.20%49.72Application of smart metering system for emergency shedding
[23]Distribution system (Guadeloupean Power System) (50 Hz)97.45%48.5Ultracapacitor storage to support the dynamic frequency.
[24]Distribution system (23 bus sample system) (60 Hz)98.34%59.46Super-conducting storage devices compensate the frequency variations until the governor response
[25]Distribution System (China Steel Corporation) (60 Hz)97.89%58.10Super magnetic energy storage device to enhance transient stability while shedding the loads
Proposed ApproachModified IEEE 13-bus microgrid system (60 Hz)99.25%58.92Three-stage adaptive load shedding strategy supported by battery and D-STATCOM to maintain system stability.