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A Tool for Reliability Assessment of Smart and Active Distribution Systems - RELSAD

@article{Myhre2021ATF,
  title={A Tool for Reliability Assessment of Smart and Active Distribution Systems - RELSAD},
  author={Stine Fleischer Myhre and Olav Bjarte Fosso and Poul E. Heegaard and Oddbj{\o}rn Gjerde},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2111.01195}
}
With increased penetration of new technology in the distribution systems such as renewable energy resources, flexible resources, and information and communication technology, the distribution systems become more complex and dynamic. The traditional reliability analysis methods do not consider the new components and technology and new considerations need to be taken to address these new changes in the distribution system. This paper presents an open-source reliability assessment tool for smart… 

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