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DECISION MAKING PROCESS FOR COST EFFECTIVE AND RELIABLE DISTRIBUTION SUBSTATION SOLUTIONS

@inproceedings{Kutlev2007DECISIONMP,
  title={DECISION MAKING PROCESS FOR COST EFFECTIVE AND RELIABLE DISTRIBUTION SUBSTATION SOLUTIONS},
  author={Krassimir Kutlev and Hans-Erik Olovsson and Ulf Andersson and Alfred Koch},
  year={2007}
}
This paper presents a methodology for modelling, analyzing, and selecting suitable single line configurations for distribution substations based on different criteria, such as reliability requirements, load flow, cost of interruption, initial investments, operation and maintenance. These criteria are combined in Life Cycle Costs (LCC) with associated interest rates and substation life cycle period. The methodology is implemented by utilizing specialized tools for calculating reliability… 
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