Distribution systems — extended techniques
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they cannot differentiate between the interruption of large and small loads;
they do not recognize the effects of load growth by existing customers or additional new loads;
they cannot be used to compare the cost-benefit ratios of alternative reinforcement schemes nor to indicate the most suitable timing of such reinforcements.
KeywordsDistribution System Load Point Energy Index Load Flow Interruption Duration
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