For a local power grid powered by a 20 kW diesel generator, I want to feed a set of single-phase loads.
But I have problem with imbalance.
I have equally divided consumers between each phases as much as possible, but due to the lack of coordination of consumer use, imbalances occur.
The load of each line is about 1 to 2 kW, but consumers are very important and expensive so it require a constant voltage.
Therefore, load imbalance and the destructive effects of load imbalance are not acceptable.
The solution that seemed to me was this to use a transformer to convert three input phases to single phase and then use a single phase stabilizer with 10 kW capacity. And for this solution I want to use Scott transformer to convert three phase to single phase.
But I'm looking for a solution that is more industrial.
If you have done some thing like this before, please share your experience or suggest a solution.