PMU placement for the central american power network and its possible impacts

@article{Sanchez2011PMUPF,
  title={PMU placement for the central american power network and its possible impacts},
  author={Gabriel Alberto A. Sanchez and Anamitra Pal and V. A. Centeno and Wilfredo C. Flores},
  journal={2011 IEEE PES CONFERENCE ON INNOVATIVE SMART GRID TECHNOLOGIES LATIN AMERICA (ISGT LA)},
  year={2011},
  pages={1-7}
}
The Central American Power System (CAPS) comprises of the electrical power networks of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. The topology of the network, the geographical distribution of the load and generation blocks, and the localized weaknesses in some sections of the transmission grid have made this system prone to frequent partial or total blackouts. At the same time, this area has the advantage of having a control center that can promote international… CONTINUE READING
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