Power system tracking state estimation based on stochastic fractal search technique under sudden load changing conditions

@article{Mosbah2016PowerST,
  title={Power system tracking state estimation based on stochastic fractal search technique under sudden load changing conditions},
  author={Hossam Mosbah and Mohamed E. El-Hawary},
  journal={2016 IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE)},
  year={2016},
  pages={1-6}
}
Tracking state estimation gives a fast continuous update on the condition of the power system without modelling of the physical time fluctuating nature of the system. These estimation techniques are used to anticipate conceivable potential and security possibilities. Any enhancement in its estimation ability would enhance the security of the present electric networks. This paper discusses nonlinear power system application with Fractal search algorithm under sudden load changes. The application… CONTINUE READING

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