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Losses of electrical energy occurring in the process of its distribution increase the cost and affect economic performance. Measures taken towards reducing losses have to be based on the analysis of losses over an extended period of time. Such analysis can also be a source of information on the network condition and energy sale. There are a number of… (More)
The paper deals with key issues associated with investment in the sector of electrical energy distribution. Depicted the methodology for optimization of energy distribution network based on the criterion of minimum costs of energy distribution. As a supplement to the network optimization, one uses also software based on this methodology, which enables the… (More)
The aim of this study was to identify subjects with 35delG mutation of GJB2 gene as the most frequent genetic cause of deafness. Deaf patients receiving cochlear implantation at the ENT Clinic at University of Medical Sciences in Poznań and their family members were recruited to the study. Peripheral blood lymphocytes DNA was amplified in allele-specific… (More)
The paper offers some solutions for reducing energy losses in distribution networks by analyzing the example of one of Polish distribution companies supplying energy to 18% of the area of Poland.
The paper discusses the influence of prosumers on power and energy losses in a low-voltage (LV) network. The essential criteria are stated of connecting microgeneration plants to the LV network.
The paper presents an analysis of energy losses in national low-voltage networks. The study was based on data from the distribution system operators for southwestern Poland concerning 2013. The results were analyzed using the nonparametric method of kernel estimators.
The paper discusses the impact of microgeneration on the energy quality in a low-voltage (LV) network. Expressions are formulated for obtaining voltage deviations and fluctuations caused by microgeneration sources. Simulations are carried out to predict the impact of microgeneration on voltage drops in nodes of low-voltage lines.