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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 ...
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 ...
An analytical solution to the optimal power flow
This letter presents an approach for a geometrical solution of an optimal power flow (OPF) problem for a two-bus system (slack and PV busses). The algebraic equations for the calculation of the Lagrange multipliers and for ...
Distribution line models analysis for loss calculation within three-phase three-wire power flow algorithms
Three-phase three-wire power flow algorithms, as any tool for power systems analysis, require reliable impedances and models in order to obtain accurate results. Kron's reduction procedure, which embeds neutral wire influence ...
Electrical consumers data clustering through optimum-path forest
Non-technical losses identification has been paramount in the last decade. Since we have datasets with hundreds of legal and illegal profiles, one may have a method to group data into subprofiles in order to minimize the ...
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 ...