Network reconfiguration and distributed generation (DG) allocation are proposed approaches for loss minimization
and system improvement.
Junghare, "Reactive power control using dynamic Particle Swarm Optimization for real power loss minimization
," International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems, vol.
The resulting observability is subsequently used by specifically developed robust control and coordination approaches, Which utilize existing actuation capabilities for voltage quality enhancement and loss minimization
in the lv grid.the use of off-the shelf components, The system level resilience and security solution, And the offered customizability of the net2dg approach specifically address the needs of small and medium-sized dsos (less than 100.000 clients).
The authors have used particle swarm optimization algorithm for the problem of simultaneous placement of DG and DSTACOM with an objective of total power loss minimization
Deenadhayalan, "Real power loss minimization
using firefly algorithm," International Journal of Advanced Information and Communication Technology, vol.
In light of this issue, this paper introduces the opportunity loss minimization
criterion into the newsvendor model.
Regarding network reconfiguration for loss minimization
, one of the first papers published in this field was presented by Merlin and Back , who developed a heuristic approach.
The different objectives are fuel cost minimization, active power loss minimization
, emission minimization, voltage profile, and voltage stability enhancement.
for better, finer, and more effective line flow control, loss minimization
, and voltage control." (1) FACTS (flexible alternating current transmission system) devices use power electronic components ranging from slow thyristors through fast MOSFETs as switches.
'' Reactive power control using dynamic Particle Swarm Optimization for real power loss minimization
'' Electrical Power and Energy Systems 41 (2012) 133136
Given the theoretical importance of these issues, Experiment 2 was designed to examine the sensitivities in loss minimization
and gain maximization games with the same participants.
The Tale: Benjamin Graham's 1949 book focused on his strategy of loss minimization
over profit maximization.