Maximizing electrical power supply using FACTS devices

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Lehmann, Karsten; Bent, Russell; Pan, Feng;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Systems and Control

Modern society critically depends on the services electric power provides. Power systems rely on a network of power lines and transformers to deliver power from sources of power (generators) to the consumers (loads). However, when power lines fail (for example, through ... View more
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