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ANALYSIS OF SMART GRID TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION FOR POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM RELIABILITY ENHANCEMENT: A CASE STUDY ON BAHIR DAR POWER DISTRIBUTION

Getaye Yeshaneh Sinishaw, Belachew Bantyirga, Kirubel Abebe
2021 Scientific African  
The study is tested at Bata the 34 bus feeder of Bahir Dar distribution system.  ...  Reliability improvement of power distribution systems is a pre-request for economic and social development of any country.  ...  Declaration of Competing Interest The authors declare that they have no known competing financial interests or personal relationships that could have appeared to influence the work reported in this paper  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sciaf.2021.e00840 fatcat:bosb7onxjzbtjapalxvrngod2y

A Simulation Approach to Solve Power System Transmission Problems

María Julia Blas, Gonzalo E. Alvarez
2022 International journal of mathematical, engineering and management sciences  
Such a simulation model can be adapted to describe any transmission line system through a network topology. A case study is presented with aims to show who the simulation works.  ...  Hence, the operation of Electric Power Systems constitutes a real problem that consists of a set of stages related to distinct components.  ...  An island is a group of elements of an EPS that works with the same frequency. Another simulation tool is Python for Power System Analysis (PyPSA).  ... 
doi:10.33889/ijmems.2022.7.2.011 fatcat:ey57g2kmencuzerilyoibvyrgq

A Self-Adaptation Exemplar: the Shipboard Power System Reconfiguration Problem

Luca Agnello, Massimo Cossentino, Giada De Simone, Luca Sabatucci
2017 Workshop From Objects to Agents  
Restorative operations occur in the case of perturbations and they focus on returning the SPS power system to a nominal condition, taking into account single faults and reconfiguration actions, and multiple  ...  The problem of fast and efficient restoration of the SPS service has been a topic of research for around three decades.  ... 
dblp:conf/woa/AgnelloCSS17 fatcat:vnvboliiv5ck7mueowwtztp3x4

The Problem Issues of Intelligent Monitoring and Control of CIS in Latvia

A. Zabasta, N. Kunicina, L. Ribickis
2012 Elektronika ir Elektrotechnika  
The field of critical infrastructure interdependency is a new, rapidly growing area of study.  ...  Review of researches and projects implemented in Latvia pointed out the number of problem issues, such as the methods of monitoring and control are mostly relevant only to particular critical infrastructure  ...  Barkans [10] proposed a universal technical solution for blackout prevention in a power system, which combines the means for its optimal short-term sectioning and automatic self-restoration to normal  ... 
doi:10.5755/j01.eee.118.2.1174 fatcat:islmukw4v5csde34eqxfqpzocy

A Hierarchical Restoration Mechanism for Distribution Networks Considering Multiple Faults

Juan Wen, Xing Qu, Lin Jiang, Siyu Lin, Zhiwen Chen
2022 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
Service restoration of distribution networks in contingency situations is one of the highly investigated and challenging problems.  ...  We evaluate the proposed mechanism on the IEEE 33 and 69 systems and report on the collected results under multitype fault cases.  ...  based on an expert system to solve SR problems considering dispersed RDGs.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/8787262 fatcat:bgf5m43ze5eiziq6arjnvqiy4e

Review. Supporting problem structuring with computer-based tools in participatory forest planning

T. Hujala, C. Khadka, B. Wolfslehner, H. Vacik
2013 Forest Systems  
(OeAD) supported the study.  ...  COST Action FORSYS (FP0804), Academy of Finland (decision number 127681), Leonardo da Vinci Lifelong Learning Programme (project 2010-1-FI1-LEO05-03050 Tracopi) as well as the Austrian Academic Exchange Service  ...  The forest-specific modelling software was typically a simulation tool that was used to create scenarios and discuss the results of an analysis in the stakeholder group (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.5424/fs/2013222-03006 fatcat:rbju6mznung67mqmvbwvdoswsa

A survey of the machine interference problem

Lani Haque, Michael J. Armstrong
2007 European Journal of Operational Research  
We then note how research has evolved since the 1985 review, including a trend towards the modelling of stochastic (rather than deterministic) systems and the corresponding use of more advanced queuing  ...  This paper surveys the research published on the machine interference problem since the 1985 review by Stecke & Aronson.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the anonymous referees for their suggestions on improving this survey, in particular for pointing out a number of additional references for inclusion.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2006.02.036 fatcat:klsfdotq5jdithwybliscae5w4

A LITERATURE REVIEW ON EXPERT SYSTEMS-SPECIFIC TO MEDICAL AND OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS

2020 Journal of Xidian University  
Expert System, development of an Expert System, tools for an Expert System development and advantages, limitations of an Expert System and Decision Support System to Decision Makers.  ...  This Paper deals with the basic concepts of Expert System, literature review, purpose and need of an Expert System, characteristics and categories of an Expert System, architecture and components of an  ...  INTRODUCTION An Expert System is a computer program designated to simulate the problem-solving behaviour of a human being who is an avid in a narrow domain or discipline.  ... 
doi:10.37896/jxu14.4/131 fatcat:6pvygoynmzgmrls724j7xbtxfq

Log clustering based problem identification for online service systems

Qingwei Lin, Hongyu Zhang, Jian-Guang Lou, Yu Zhang, Xuewei Chen
2016 Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering Companion - ICSE '16  
When an online service fails, engineers need to examine recorded logs to gain insights into the failure and identify the potential problems.  ...  Logs play an important role in the maintenance of large-scale online service systems.  ...  We thank our product team partners for their collaboration and suggestions on the applications of LogCluster.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2889160.2889232 dblp:conf/icse/LinZLZC16 fatcat:ttq5hwlfnrdw3kygce5vb4xiwu

Open Problems in Robotic Anomaly Detection [article]

Ritwik Gupta, Zachary T. Kurtz, Sebastian Scherer, Jonathon M. Smereka
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Showing that if even supporting a basic system is a significant hurdle, the path to more complex and advanced AD systems is even more problematic.  ...  We demonstrate the need for additional work in these areas by providing a case study which examines the limitations of implementing a basic anomaly detection (AD) system in the Robot Operating System (  ...  DISTRIBUTION A. Approved for public release: distribution unlimited. Copyright 2018 Carnegie Mellon University. All Rights Reserved.  ... 
arXiv:1809.03565v1 fatcat:xadvrc7yfffo3lhtcetb5575jq

ASSESSMENT OF THE INFLUENCE OF PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ON THE RELIABILITY AND AVAILABILITY INDEXES OF DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES

Maciej SZKODA, Grzegorz KACZOR, Robert PILCH, Maksymilian SMOLNIK, Zbigniew KONIECZEK
2021 Transport Problems  
Specialized software including Weibull++, BlockSim, and MiniTab aided calculations were used to illustrate the application of the results of a modernization project involving a 6Dg diesel locomotive, carried  ...  The applicability of the proposed tools has been verified on the example of a selected sample of 75 diesel locomotives employing data on their use and maintenance acquired in the real operation process  ...  This software offers advanced solutions for reliability and availability simulation of rail vehicles.  ... 
doi:10.21307/tp-2021-001 fatcat:ogrvneg3lfcuhhyqfbw74qogku

Using Dynamic Modeling to Scope Environmental Problems and Build Consensus

Robert Costanza, Matthias Ruth
1998 Environmental Management  
It discusses new modeling tools for problem scoping and consensus building among a broad range of stakeholders and describes four case studies in which dynamic modeling has been used to collect and organize  ...  The case studies range from industrial systems (mining, smelting, and refining of iron and steel in the United States) to ecosystems (Louisiana coastal wetlands, and Fynbos ecosystems in South Africa)  ...  Carl Folke, Marjan van den Belt, and Cutler Cleveland provided helpful comments on earlier drafts.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s002679900095 pmid:9465128 fatcat:4mbcjpxyafdwbipu36vzi6rl2u

Advanced FLISR with Intentional Islanding Operations in an ADMS Environment Using GridAPPS-D

Shiva Poudel, Poorva Sharma, Anamika Dubey, Kevin P. Schneider
2020 IEEE Access  
An advanced distribution management system (ADMS) is a software platform that supports grid management and decision support applications to address the growing operational challenges faced by power distribution  ...  The successful deployment of the FLISR application on the GridAPPS-D platform provides a proof-of-concept for the adoption of new and advanced ADMS applications to support future power distribution systems  ...  A. TEST CASE DESCRIPTION The validation of an advanced ADMS application requires a suitable test case that represents the features of an active distribution system [31] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3003325 fatcat:fzecbhtc5zdxxbsbiud5u7sb3u

Analysis of Traditional and Alternative Methods for Solving Voltage Problems in Low Voltage Grids: An Estonian Case Study

Argo Rosin, Imre Drovtar, Heigo Mõlder, Kaija Haabel, Victor Astapov, Toomas Vinnal, Tarmo Korõtko
2022 Energies  
The authors propose a robust method for the classification of LV feeders and provide recommendations on how to resolve voltage quality problems, with the help of different power quality improvement devices  ...  Smart Cities can benefit from existing municipal low voltage (LV) distribution grids by supporting public services with permanent power supply and providing grid connection points to distributed generators  ...  The authors in [13] proved with numerical simulations that the stochastic nature of the load can suddenly make the system lose its voltage stability.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en15031104 fatcat:w53hgkrocbcavdbd2bnjfiv4je

The role of agent-based modeling and multi-agent systems in flood-based hydrological problems: a brief review

Jose Simmonds, Juan A. Gómez, Agapito Ledezma
2019 Journal of Water and Climate Change  
This paper offers a brief review on agent-based models (ABMs) and multi-agent systems (MASs) methodologies' applications for solutions to flood problems, their management, assessment, and efforts for forecasting  ...  domains; and (iv), the capabilities of MAS as an increasingly accepted point of view applied to flood modeling, with examples presented to show the variety of system combinations that are practical on  ...  Likewise, the authors would like to thank the staff of the  ... 
doi:10.2166/wcc.2019.108 fatcat:gnevcaxtjrg3dh3rjh5e5rrnoa
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