Distribution systems—parallel and meshed networks
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Chapter 7 described the basic techniques used to evaluate the reliability of distribution systems and applied these techniques to simple radial networks. These basic techniques have been used in practice for some considerable time but are restricted in their application because they cannot directly be used for systems containing parallel circuits or meshed networks.
KeywordsReliability Index Load Point Repair Time Normal Weather Outage Time
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