Decision trees for dynamic security assessment and load shedding scheme

  title={Decision trees for dynamic security assessment and load shedding scheme},
  author={E. M. Voumvoulakis and A. E. Gavoyiannis and N. D. Hatziargyriou},
  journal={2006 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting},
  pages={7 pp.-}
Modern power systems often operate close to their stability limits in order to meet the continuously growing demand, due to the difficulties in expanding the generation and transmission system. An effective way to face power system contingencies that can lead to instability is load shedding. In this paper we propose a method to assess the dynamic performance of the Greek mainland power system and to propose a load shedding scheme in order to maintain voltage stability under various loading… CONTINUE READING
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