A Novel Invulnerability Index for Invulnerability Assessment of Complex Power Network

  title={A Novel Invulnerability Index for Invulnerability Assessment of Complex Power Network},
  author={Shuai Huang and Hua Cheng and Zhidong Li and Hongzhen Zhang and Jiulin Li and Jianyong Guo},
  journal={European Journal of Electrical Engineering},
Received: 5 May 2018 Accepted: 6 January 2019 Based on complex network theory and electrical analysis methods, this paper puts forward a novel Invulnerability index to improve invulnerability assessment of complex power network. The index was constructed based on concepts like line invulnerability value, invulnerability value of source-source-load pair, influence value and influence penalty. The invulnerability assessment effect of the index was compared with that of other indices under random… Expand
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