Fault Indicator Deployment in Distribution Systems Considering Available Control and Protection Devices: A Multi-Objective Formulation Approach

@article{Shahsavari2014FaultID,
  title={Fault Indicator Deployment in Distribution Systems Considering Available Control and Protection Devices: A Multi-Objective Formulation Approach},
  author={Alireza Shahsavari and Seyed Mahdi Mazhari and Alireza Fereidunian and Hamid Lesani},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={2359-2369}
}
This paper introduces a multi-objective fault indicator (FI) placement method in electric distribution systems. The prevalent FI placement problem formulation is extended by considering effects of existing protection and control devices on customers' restoration time. Moreover, the customers' average restoration time index (CARTI) is proposed, as a new technical objective function with respect to uncertainties of automatic switching. Furthermore, a multi-objective solution approach is developed… CONTINUE READING
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