Load-loss factor

Known as: Load Loss Factor, Loss Factor Constant 
Load-loss factor (LLF) is a factor which when multiplied by energy lost at time of peak and the number of load periods will give overall average… (More)
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2016
2016
Fair allocation of transmission loss is a challenging task for power engineers in deregulated electricity market. One of the key… (More)
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2015
2015
Load Loss Factor (LLF) is a function of the estimate of the losses between the grid supply point and the consumers. It varies… (More)
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