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AbstractUnderfrequency load shedding is a common technique for maintaining the stability of the power system by removing the overload in a certain part of the system after a disturbance. The purpose of underfrequency load shedding is to balance output and load when a particular event causes a...
AbstractAfter the separation of the Continental Europe power system on 8th January 2021 in two synchronous zones, the electric power system of BiH (EPS BiH) shows a significant increase in frequency and voltages and oscillations of active and reactive power. The paper discusses the operation of...
AbstractConsidering that the need for electricity is constantly increasing, a crucial problem is the lack of new power facilities. Likewise, due to the large expansion of existing consumption, one of the primary tasks is the reconstruction of existing facilities. Due to their complexity, such...
AbstractArtificial intelligence (AI) and Deep learning (DL) methods in power systems are being tested and prepared for practical use in many applications. In this work an artificial neural network models for fault identification and classification and switching logic control in middle voltage...
AbstractSettlement of unintended deviation between scheduled and realized energy exchange among LFC (Load Frequency Control) areas used to be conducted through the energy compensation programs, where energy deviation from period of registration is compensated at a later stage period of...
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