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Adaptive Network Response to Line Failures in Power Systems

@inproceedings{Liang2020AdaptiveNR,
  title={Adaptive Network Response to Line Failures in Power Systems},
  author={Chen Liang and Linqi Guo and Alessandro Zocca and Steven H. Low and Adam Wierman},
  year={2020}
}
—Transmission line failures in power systems prop- agate and cascade non-locally. In this work, we propose an adaptive control strategy that offers strong guarantees in both the mitigation and localization of line failures. Specifically, we leverage the properties of network bridge-block decomposition and a frequency regulation method called the unified control . If the balancing areas over which the unified control operates coincide with the bridge-blocks of the network, the proposed strategy… 

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