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Non-iterative load-flow method as a tool for voltage stability studies

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Here the use of a non-iterative (NI) method for load-flow solutions is investigated. The method, previously proposed in the literature, presents some advantages in comparison with the iterative approaches usually employed. There, because the Taylor expansion is used, the power flow Jacobian matrix is not updated along the process. Here, some improvements in the implementation are executed, and few control actions are incorporated into the formulation. The method is then applied for voltage stability studies, aiming to reduce the computational time associated with

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Generation, Transmission & Distribution, IET  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 3 )