Distribution system planning with consideration of uncertainties on both supply and demand sides

Le Viet Tien
This thesis presents a method for solving a distribution system planning problem, which is aimed to minimize network expansion cost, i.e. investment and variable costs. The variable costs comprise loss cost and reliability costs, representing costs of both supply and demand uncertainties. Practical issues, e.g. cost of investment, line cost, reliability indices, load forecast uncertainty and voltage drop, are also included in our consideration. In addition to the costs of supply side as mentioned earlier,...
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