Vulnerability assessment of the power grid against progressing wildfires

@inproceedings{Choobineh2015VulnerabilityAO,
  title={Vulnerability assessment of the power grid against progressing wildfires},
  author={Moein Choobineh and Bananeh Ansari and Salman Mohagheghi},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Wildfires are common in many forest and grassland ecosystems. Power transmission lines are vulnerable to wildfires in their vicinity, mainly due to increased conductor temperatures as a result of heat released by the fire. This may damage the conductor and lead to violation of safety clearances between conductor and ground. To address the situation, a power system operator may dynamically alter the ratings of the lines in the affected areas to reduce the current flowing through them… CONTINUE READING

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