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Modeling Simulation Technology Research for Distribution Network Planning

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ABSTRACT

This paper proposes to use the power system simulation software CYME to plan, model and simulate for an actual distribution network for improving the reliability and efficiency, enhancing the efficiency and capacity, simulating the abnormal condition of distribution network, and presenting operation program of safe, reliable and having simulation record statements. The modeling simulation results show that the software module has lots of advantages including high accuracy, ideal reliability, powerful practicality in simulation and analysis of distribution network, it only need to create once model, the model can sufficiently satisfy multifarious types of simulation analysis required for the distribution network planning.

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H. Liu, D. Liu and Q. Liu, "Modeling Simulation Technology Research for Distribution Network Planning," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4B, 2013, pp. 980-985. doi: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B188.

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