A Strategy to Solve the Multistage Transmission Expansion Planning Problem

@article{Vinasco2011AST,
  title={A Strategy to Solve the Multistage Transmission Expansion Planning Problem},
  author={Guillermo Enrique Vinasco and Marcos J. Rider and Rubex0301n Romero},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2011},
  volume={26},
  pages={2574-2576}
}
In this letter, a heuristic to reduce the combinatorial search space (CSS) of the multistage transmission expansion planning (MTEP) problem is presented. The aim is to solve the MTEP modeled like a mixed binary linear programming (MBLP) problem using a commercial solver with a low computational time. The heuristic uses the solution of several static transmission expansion planning problems to obtain the reduced CSS. Results using some test and real systems show that the use of the reduced CSS… CONTINUE READING
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