Optimum selection of electricity distribution grid layout and equipment using ARCGIS software and AHP hierarchical analysis method (Study case: Kohrang city, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province)
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The design of electricity distribution network is one of the most important parts in electricity distribution companies. The purpose of the design unit is to provide designs with defined standards. The electrical network remains stable if it considers environmental and geographical principles and rules in its design. Otherwise, the electricity distribution network implemented against natural disasters (floods, earthquakes, etc.) will lose its stability. data and leads to public dissatisfaction and financial burden on electricity distribution companies. The choice of equipment and the type of arrangementof the electricity distribution network is very sensitive. How to choose these items depends on the geographical conditions of the region, so we cannot do it hypothetically, so achieving the best option requires the implementation of new methods. In this article, we first check the shape file of Kohrang city with ARCGIS software and use the AHP hierarchical analysis method to choose the optimal layout and equipment of the distribution network.

Majlesi Journal of Energy Management, Volume:11 Issue: 4, Dec 2022
25 to 32
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