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|Title:||Object-oriented network topology processor|
Object Oriented Programming
Power System Control
|Citation:||IEEE Computer Applications in Power 14(2), 42-46|
|Abstract:||Modern power systems have grown both in size and complexity. Various constraints, such as security, economy and environmental regulations, are forcing power systems to operate closer to their design capabilities and security margins. Here, the authors describe a system where a network topology processor groups physical buses at the substation into electrical buses, builds connectivity from electrical buses to the network branches, and analyzes electrical network connectivity for islands.|
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