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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Fast Decoupled Load Flow: Hypothesis, Derivations, And Testing|
|Author:||Monticelli Alcir J.|
Garcia Ariovaldo V.
Saavedra Osvaldo R.
|Abstract:||A framework is presented that allows systematic studies on the hypothesis underlying a variety of versions of the fast decoupled load flow method, and their derivation. Decoupling is not seen as merely zeroing coupling submatrices of a full Newton Jacobian matrix. Instead, it is treated as an intelligent two-step procedure that solves the full Newton iteration equations without extra approximations. A new derivation of the standard fast decoupled method is presented, and the mechanisms governing the good performance of the general-purpose version of the method are clarified. Test results and illustrative examples supporting the basic theory are reported. Testing includes studies on very difficult real-life systems, e.g., a 1138-bus transmission system and a 308-bus low-voltage underground distribution system.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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