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Genetic algorithms for optimal placement of phasor measurement units in electrical networks

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A genetic algorithm-based procedure for solving the optimal phasor measurement units (PMUs) placement problem is presented. It determines the minimal number of PMUs and their geographic distribution making the network observable, and it shows the relationship between the number of current phasors that must be measured on each PMU and the necessary number of PMUs for a given network.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 19 )