Application of the load flow and random flow models for the analysis of power transmission networks

Abstract : In this paper, the classical load flow model and the random flow model are considered for analyzing the performance of power transmission networks. The analysis concerns both the system performance and the importance of the different system elements; this latter is computed by power flow and random walk betweenness centrality measures. A network system from the literature is analyzed, representing a simple electrical power transmission network. The results obtained highlight the differences between the LF "global approach" to flow dispatch and the RF local approach of randomized node-to-node load transfer. Furthermore, computationally the LF model is less consuming than the RF model but problems of convergence may arise in the LF calculation.
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Enrico Zio, Roberta Piccinelli, Maurizio Delfanti, Valeria Olivieri, Mauro Pozzi. Application of the load flow and random flow models for the analysis of power transmission networks. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, Elsevier, 2012, 103, pp.102-109. ⟨10.1016/j.ress.2012.02.005⟩. ⟨hal-00688458⟩

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