Document Type: Original Article


Sama Technical and Vocational Training College, Islamic Azad University, Kerman Branch, Kerman, Iran


The production of energy is not a new term scattered. The traditional structure of the electric power industry has always been based on the absence of active electrical energy production resources in a distributed network, has been based. By increasing the amount of installed capacity, production and these resources because of the different technologies in the construction and use of productive resources, the effects of such resources in parallel operation and connect them with the distribution network to prevent degradation of power quality, reliability and the ability to control the distribution network is very important.


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