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Steady-state security in distribution networks with large wind farms
Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy
Aging network assets, forced and unforced outages, and the way the networks are operated in a deregulated market are of significant concerns to integrate large wind farms in a distribution network. In many cases, the constrained network capacity is a potential barrier to the large-scale integration of wind power. This paper probabilistically assesses the steady-state security in a distribution network in the presence of large wind farms. The approach incorporates active distribution networkdoi:10.1007/s40565-014-0052-4 fatcat:fhwvuqkrujcr3fjfpazeddohse