Substation expansion planning based on BFOA

@article{Rad2015SubstationEP,
  title={Substation expansion planning based on BFOA},
  author={Hossein Kiani Rad and Zahra Moravej},
  journal={2015 30th International Power System Conference (PSC)},
  year={2015},
  pages={264-270}
}
In recent years, significant research efforts have been devoted to the optimal planning of power systems. Substation Expansion Planning (SEP) as a sub-system of power system planning consists of finding the most economical solution with the optimal location and size of future substations and/or feeders to meet the future demand. The large number of design variables, and combination of discrete and continuous variables makes the substation expansion planning a very challenging problem. So far… CONTINUE READING

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