State-ofthe-art , challenges , and future trends in security constrained optimal power flow

@inproceedings{Capitanescu2011StateoftheartC,
  title={State-ofthe-art , challenges , and future trends in security constrained optimal power flow},
  author={Florin Capitanescu and Jos{\'e} Lu{\'i}s Mart{\'i}nez Ramos and Patrick Panciatici and D. Kirschen and Alejandro Marano Marcolini and Ludovic Platbrood and Louis Wehenkel},
  year={2011}
}
This paper addresses the main challenges to the security constrained optimal power flow (SCOPF) computations. We first discuss the issues related to the SCOPF problem formulation such as the use of a limited number of corrective actions in the post-contingency states and the modeling of voltage and transient stability constraints. Then we deal with the challenges to the techniques for solving the SCOPF, focusing mainly on: approaches to reduce the size of the problem by either efficiently… CONTINUE READING
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