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Dynamic Robust Reconfiguration of Distribution Network with Low-wind-speed Wind Turbine Integrated
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For distribution systems where wind sources are poor, low-wind-speed wind turbines (LWTG) plays an important role in improving the security, economy and reliability of the system. However, the stochastic volatility of LWTG output and loads poses a challenge to the technology of distribution network reconfiguration. Considering the uncertainty of LWTG output, photovoltaic output and changes of load in multiple continuous periods, a dynamic robust reconfiguration model is established. Thedoi:10.1051/e3sconf/202014302039 fatcat:fxc3ul45zbcb5mf57pjwffqvem