An open source interface for distribution system modeling in power system co-simulation applications and two algorithms for populating feeder models
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The aging electric infrastructure power system infrastructure is undergoing a transformative change mainly triggered by the large-scale integration of distributed resources such as distributed generation, hybrid loads, and home energy management systems at the end-use level. The future electric grid, also referred to as the Smart Grid, will make use of these distributed resources to intelligently manage the day to day power system operations with minimum human intervention. The proliferation of these advanced Smart Grid resources may lead to coordination problems to maintain the generation-demand ...
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