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Operational benefits from optimal volt/VAr scheduling in the South-East Australian transmission network

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3 Author(s)
Bauer, E. ; Siemens AG, Nuremberg, Germany ; Eichler, R. ; Lyons, M.

The Victorian power system supplies the Australian Federal state of Victoria (population: 4.5 million; capital city: Melbourne) with electricity. Over the last three years, an extensive EMS computer system has been installed at the System Control Centre in Melbourne. It includes, amongst other functions, a complete set of optimal power flow (OPF) applications. This paper reports on the results gained during the first year of daily application of the optimal volt/VAr scheduling (VVS) function and ends with an outlook on planned future extensions

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Power Industry Computer Application Conference, 1995. Conference Proceedings., 1995 IEEE

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7-12 May 1995