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—The classical definitions of various centrality measures are modified to incorporate electrical parameters of the power grid. In this paper three distinct measures of centrality are presented and they are described with suitable examples. The usefulness of these measures are described. Various standard test systems are simulated to find critical nodes of… (More)

- A. B. M. Nasiruzzaman, Hemanshu Roy Pota
- ArXiv
- 2011

—In this paper, a new methodology for stability assessment of a smart power system is proposed. The key to this assessment is an index called betweenness index which is based on ideas from complex network theory. The proposed betweenness index is an improvement of previous works since it considers the actual real power flow through the transmission lines… (More)

The objective of this paper is to evolve simple and effective methods for the optimal power flow (OPF) problem in thermal units, which are capable of obtaining optimal power generations for a large-scale system. In optimization, GA has some well-known advantages and disadvantages. The classical (derivative based) method is applied as economic dispatch… (More)

- A. B. M. Shakeruzzaman, Most. Nahida Akter, A. B. M. Nasiruzzaman
- 2017 International Conference on Electrical…
- 2017

This paper presents an approach of power grid vulnerability assessment based on maximum flow. Solution of the maximum flow problem of the power grid provides a rank of different transmission lines of the power grid in terms of real power flow based criticality. The dual formulation of the maximum flow problem provides a set of transmission lines that need… (More)

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