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Title: A new network reconfiguration technique for service restoration in distribution networks
Authors: Sarma, N D R
Prasad, V C
Prakasa Rao, K S
Sankar, V
Keywords: network reconfiguration
service restoration
interested trees
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on, 9(4), 1936 - 1942
Abstract: Whenever a fault occurs in a particular section of a distribution network and on isolation of the fault, some of the loads get disconnected and are left unsupplied. Service should be restored to these affected load points as quickly as possible through a network reconfiguration procedure. A new and efficient technique is presented in this paper for this purpose. Network reduction and determination of the interested trees of the reduced network by a specially developed algorithm for finding the required restorative procedures, are the main contributions of this paper
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/1622
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