Performance Analysis of Different Grid Substations with Demand-Side-Management-Based Optimal Power Usage



Power grid, Renewable energy, Simulation


This study is centered on analyzing the performance of two power grid stations in the southern grid zone of Bangladesh. Additionally, it encompasses the effect of a demand-side management simulation of grid line operation. Firstly, this paper briefly discusses the grid circle's interconnected grid system and the serving districts' generation capacity.  An analysis of schematic diagrams and an examination of the current substations and transmission cables in place has been conducted. The maximum load research has been addressed at several significant grid sub-stations, examining the capacity of a specific grid zone and determining the necessity for expanding the corresponding grid infrastructure. This study presents a comprehensive analysis of the DSM employed in the grid substation, as well as an examination of the various possibilities of renewable energy installations within it. Additionally, this study encompasses the investigation of power transmission and the accompanying structures employed for transmission, as well as the analysis of the estimation technique and any other interconnected domains.


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Author Biographies

Farhad Uddin, Southern University

Farhad Uddin received a B.S. degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from the Southern University of  Bangladesh in 2019. He has been working with the Southern University of Bangladesh as an MSc Student. His research interest includes Power Grid, Demand Side Management, and wireless-powered communication with energy harvesting and the Internet of things.

Dilip Kumar Tripura, Southern University

Tripura current research interests include an electricity market model for a future smart grid, renewable energy integration, frequency and voltage regulation, power system economics, demand-side management, energy storage management, auction-based demand response mechanism design, bi-level optimization, network optimization, and game theory.



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Uddin, F., Tripura, D. K., Salam, S. M., & Rashid, M. M. (2023). Performance Analysis of Different Grid Substations with Demand-Side-Management-Based Optimal Power Usage. Asian Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 3(2), 1–9. Retrieved from