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Transmission Planning – a Probabilistic Load Flow Perspective
Abstract:Perhaps no single issue has been cited as either the root cause and / or the greatest challenge to the restructured power system then the lack of adequate reliable transmission. Probabilistic transmission planning has become increasingly necessary and important in recent years. The transmission planning analysis carried out by the authors, spans a 10-year horizon, taking into consideration a value of 2 % load increase / year at each consumer. Taking into consideration this increased load, a probabilistic power flow was carried out, all the system components being regarded from probabilistic point of view. Several contingencies have been generated, for assessing the security of the power system. The results have been analyzed and several important conclusions were pointed. The objective is to achieve a network that works without limit violations for all (or most of) scenario realizations. The case study is represented by the IEEE 14 buses test power system.
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 IEEE Power & Energy Magazine for Electric Power Professionals, Vol. 5, Number 5, September / Octomber 2007.
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 Georgia Institute of Technology: Comprehensive Power System Reliability Assessment, Final Project Report, Power Systems Engineering Research Center, April 2006.
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