Model Predictive Control to Alleviate Thermal Overloads

@article{Otomega2007ModelPC,
  title={Model Predictive Control to Alleviate Thermal Overloads},
  author={B. Otomega and A.. Marinakis and M.. Glavic and T. Van Cutsem},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={1384-1385}
}
An approach inspired by model predictive control is proposed to determine a sequence of control actions aimed at alleviating thermal overloads. The algorithm brings the line currents below their limits in the time interval left by protections while accounting for constraints on control changes at each step. Its closed-loop nature allows to compensate for model inaccuracies. 

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