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Study of the effects of temperature-dependent electric power transmission line models on estimation of transfer capabilities

  title={Study of the effects of temperature-dependent electric power transmission line models on estimation of transfer capabilities},
  author={Valentina Cecchi and Matthew Knudson},
This paper discusses a study of the impacts of ambient temperature gradients along electric power transmission lines on power transfer capability limits. This investigation is performed through the use of novel multi-segment, non-uniform, temperature-dependent line models, which are used to capture the nonuniformity of line parameters caused by ambient temperature variations. For demonstration purposes, a 9-bus, 3-generator, power system subject to various ambient temperature scenarios has been… 
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