Performance Study on IEEE Bus System for Contingency Problem and Mitigation


  • Jayprakash Giri
  • Sh. Rajiv Chauhan
  • Smt. Nidhi Mishra



DC, IEEE, Global performance index, Contingency


The increasing dependence of most businesses on electricity requires regular improvements in distribution systems. The main objective of this study is to provide load balancing in the distribution network by reducing the loss of system performance without violating the voltage and current limits of the power supplies. And the selection of the power system contingency by calculating the transmission line failure performance indices using the load flow analysis on the IEEE 14 bus system. To determine and tabulate the voltage on each bus, the actual current flow on each line and power system leak for specified bus or terminal conditions. Use of DC studies where stress conditions also vary. In this paper, the selection and classification of potential liabilities, important for the analysis of potential liabilities, was carried out by evaluating two important performance indices, namely the active and reactive power index (PIp & PIv). The global performance index (OPI) is calculated. It is the sum of two severity indices, namely the real power index and the voltage power index using the direct current flow method. The work was carried out on the bus system 14 and the line between the buses (9-10) was extremely sensitive to the emergency problem of the described system.


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Author Biographies

Jayprakash Giri

M. Tech Scholar

Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology & Science

 Jabalpur, M.P., India

Sh. Rajiv Chauhan

HOD, Electrical Engineering

Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology & Science

 Jabalpur, M.P., India

Smt. Nidhi Mishra


Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology & Science

Jabalpur, M.P., India


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How to Cite

Giri, J. ., Chauhan, S. R. ., & Mishra, S. N. . (2021). Performance Study on IEEE Bus System for Contingency Problem and Mitigation. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 7(3), 49–57.