Tracing the flow of electricity

@inproceedings{Bialek1996TracingTF,
  title={Tracing the flow of electricity},
  author={Janusz W. Bialek},
  year={1996}
}
Continuing trend towards deregulation and unbundling of transmission services has resulted in the need to assess what the impact of a particular generator or load is on the power system. A new method of tracing the flow of electricity in meshed electrical networks is proposed which may be applied to both real and reactive power flows. The method allows assessment of how much of the real and reactive power output from a particular station goes to a particular load. It also allows the assessment… 

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