Reliability worth of distribution system network reinforcement considering dispersed customer cost data

@inproceedings{Billinton1999ReliabilityWO,
  title={Reliability worth of distribution system network reinforcement considering dispersed customer cost data},
  author={Roy Billinton and Peng Wang},
  year={1999}
}
  • Roy Billinton, Peng Wang
  • Published 1999
  • Engineering
  • Reliability cost/worth analysis plays an important role in distribution system planning and operation. The interruption cost model used in the analysis directly affects the predicted reliability worth used to make reinforcement decisions. Two cost models are presented that can be used in reliability cost analysis: an average or aggregate model, and a probability distribution model. A time sequential simulation technique is illustrated for distribution system reliability cost/worth assessment… CONTINUE READING

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