publication . Preprint . Article . Other literature type . 2013

Transdisciplinary electric power grid science

Brummitt, C. D.; Hines, P. D. H.; Dobson, I.; Moore, C.; D'Souza, R. M.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 23 Jul 2013
Abstract
Comment: Pages 1--2 are the opinion article published in PNAS 110 (30) 12159 (2013). Pages 4--10 are supplementary material, with more explanation of the main components and feedbacks in electric power systems, as well as a list of useful sources of data on power grids
Subjects
free text keywords: Physics - Physics and Society, Computer Science - Computers and Society, Opinion, Multidisciplinary, Market forces, Extreme weather, Tropical cyclone, Climate change, Electric power grid, Operations research, Cyber infrastructure, Electricity, business.industry, business, Computer science, Natural resource economics, Cascading failure
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