Optimal operation and management of energy systems under extreme temperature conditions
Natural disasters can lead to temporary or permanent damages to the power system. Possible damages to the electric power grid can lead to large-scale interruption in electric service, which could greatly impede post-disaster relief efforts. To make communities resilient against natural hazards, the power grid must be able to mitigate the impact of such disasters and to provide post-disaster self-healing capability. In this framework, the network operator has to think ahead about the mitigation techniques that can be incorporated into the network optimal power flow in order to reduce the adverse ...
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