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Comparison of algorithms for loss allocation in transmission networks considering power redispatch
An analysis of the performances of three important methods for generators and loads loss allocation is presented. The discussed methods are: based on pro-rata technique; based on the incremental technique; and based on ...
Investigation of the relationship between load and loss factors for a Brazilian electric utility
With the considerable increase of the losses in electric utilities of developing countries, such as Brazil, there is an investigation for loss calculation methodologies, considering both technical (inherent of the system) ...
A statistical analysis of loss factor to determine the energy losses
Given that the total amount of losses in a distribution system is known, with a reliable methodology for the technical loss calculation, the non-technical losses can be obtained by subtraction. A usual method of calculation ...
Network reconfiguration and loss allocation for distribution systems with distributed generation
Distribution systems with distributed generation require new analysis methods since networks are not longer passive. Two of the main problems in this new scenario are the network reconfiguration and the loss allocation. ...
Alternative continuation method for loading margin improvement and transmission losses reduction
This paper presents an alternative methodology for loading margin improvement and total real power losses reduction by using a continuation method. In order to attain this goal, a parameterizing equation based on the total ...
Minimal cross-subsidies approach for loss allocation in distribution networks with open access
Open access philosophy applied by regulatory agencies may lead to a scenario where captive consumers will solely face the responsibility on distribution network's losses even with Independent Energy Producers (also known ...