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 EPE  Vol.6 No.10 , September 2014
Implementation of Parallel Synchronization Method of Generators for Power & Cost Saving in University of Gujrat
Abstract: In the current economic and political scenario of Pakistan where new projects of Electrical generation seems impossible, one should adopt such means so as to minimize the power consumption via load management. In this paper a relatively better Electrical power system is proposed for University of Gujrat (UOG) power system. UOG runs its all generators whether it is full load or merely a load of 20 percent as a standby power. It is suggested that if generators system is synchronized and connected in parallel, it can not only minimize the cost, number of personnel required but also increase the reliability of the system. ETAP software is used for simulation and results show that by adopting this method generation cost can be reduced up to 30 percent which is indeed a huge figure. Losses and cable parameters were calculated using this software and found this proposal quite feasible.
Cite this paper: Amin, U. , Ahmad, G. , Zahoor, S. and Durrani, F. (2014) Implementation of Parallel Synchronization Method of Generators for Power & Cost Saving in University of Gujrat. Energy and Power Engineering, 6, 317-332. doi: 10.4236/epe.2014.610027.
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