Adaptive Emergency Transmission Rates in Power System and Market Operation

@article{Maslennikov2009AdaptiveET,
  title={Adaptive Emergency Transmission Rates in Power System and Market Operation},
  author={S. Maslennikov and E. Litvinov},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2009},
  volume={24},
  pages={923-929}
}
A novel concept of the adaptive emergency transmission rates (ATR) is presented. Traditionally used discrete emergency rates developed for a fixed period of time are replaced by a continuous adaptive rate applicable for any interval of time after contingency. ATR permits increasing power transfer in normal states without degradation of system reliability by allowing the maximal safe loading of electrical facility post-contingency corresponding to the transmission loading relief available via… CONTINUE READING
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