Electrical distribution system state estimation: measurement issues and challenges

@article{Giustina2014ElectricalDS,
  title={Electrical distribution system state estimation: measurement issues and challenges},
  author={Davide Della Giustina and Marco Pau and Paolo Attilio Pegoraro and Ferdinanda Ponci and Sara Sulis},
  journal={IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine},
  year={2014},
  volume={17},
  pages={36-42}
}
The distribution grid is the infrastructure that transports electrical energy generated by large plants that are long distances away to the final user. A typical distribution grid consists of High-to-Medium Voltage (HV/MV) transformation centers; the MV grid; Medium-to-Low Voltage (MV/LV) transformation centers; and the LV grid, both three-phase and single-phase. Residential and commercial customers are mainly connected to the LV, while large industrial facilities are connected to the MV. 
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