EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF CONVERGENCE OF THE NEWTON LOAD FLOW.

George Gross, James F. Luini

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Abstract

A modification of the conventional Newton Load Flow (NLF) is presented which improves significantly its reliability. The implementation of the initialization and stepsize control schemes into the NLF results in considerable savings by eliminating the long times spent on nonconverging load flow studies. These schemes are easy to implement and impose hardly any additional storage requirements. The success of these schemes with all the systems studied to date warrant their addition to the conventional NLF.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017
EventPower Ind Comput Appl (PICA) Conf, 9th, Proc - New Orleans, LA, USA
Duration: Jun 2 1975Jun 4 1975

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OtherPower Ind Comput Appl (PICA) Conf, 9th, Proc
CityNew Orleans, LA, USA
Period6/2/756/4/75

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  • Engineering(all)

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Gross, G., & Luini, J. F. (2017). EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF CONVERGENCE OF THE NEWTON LOAD FLOW.. Paper presented at Power Ind Comput Appl (PICA) Conf, 9th, Proc, New Orleans, LA, USA, .

EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF CONVERGENCE OF THE NEWTON LOAD FLOW. / Gross, George; Luini, James F.

2017. Paper presented at Power Ind Comput Appl (PICA) Conf, 9th, Proc, New Orleans, LA, USA, .

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Gross, G & Luini, JF 2017, 'EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF CONVERGENCE OF THE NEWTON LOAD FLOW.' Paper presented at Power Ind Comput Appl (PICA) Conf, 9th, Proc, New Orleans, LA, USA, 6/2/75 - 6/4/75, .
Gross G, Luini JF. EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF CONVERGENCE OF THE NEWTON LOAD FLOW.. 2017. Paper presented at Power Ind Comput Appl (PICA) Conf, 9th, Proc, New Orleans, LA, USA, .
Gross, George ; Luini, James F. / EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF CONVERGENCE OF THE NEWTON LOAD FLOW. Paper presented at Power Ind Comput Appl (PICA) Conf, 9th, Proc, New Orleans, LA, USA, .
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