In the last few years, novel control concepts have been proposed with the goal of making distribution networks more flexible by introducing active control mechanisms. Active control is expected to help with maintaining the health and stability of the power grid even after disturbances, loss of equipment or other unforeseen situations, by undertaking proactive actions to preserve the stability of the power network.
Active Control and Power Flow Routing in the Smart Grid
Posted: 12 Dec 2012
Authors:Faycal Bouhafs and Michael Mackay
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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