Computation of Steady State Nodal Voltages for Fast Security Assessment in Power Systems

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Computation of Steady State Nodal Voltages for Fast Security Assessment in Power Systems. / Møller, Jakob Glarbo; Jóhannsson, Hjörtur; Østergaard, Jacob.

Proceedings of IEEE Electric Power Quality and Supply Reliability Conference 2014. IEEE, 2014. p. 51-55.

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Møller, JG, Jóhannsson, H & Østergaard, J 2014, Computation of Steady State Nodal Voltages for Fast Security Assessment in Power Systems. in Proceedings of IEEE Electric Power Quality and Supply Reliability Conference 2014. IEEE, pp. 51-55, 2014 Electric Power Quality and Supply Reliability Conference, Tallinn, Estonia, 11/06/2014. https://doi.org/10.1109/PQ.2014.6866783

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Møller JG, Jóhannsson H, Østergaard J. 2014. Computation of Steady State Nodal Voltages for Fast Security Assessment in Power Systems. In Proceedings of IEEE Electric Power Quality and Supply Reliability Conference 2014. IEEE. pp. 51-55. https://doi.org/10.1109/PQ.2014.6866783

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Møller, Jakob Glarbo ; Jóhannsson, Hjörtur ; Østergaard, Jacob. / Computation of Steady State Nodal Voltages for Fast Security Assessment in Power Systems. Proceedings of IEEE Electric Power Quality and Supply Reliability Conference 2014. IEEE, 2014. pp. 51-55

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