Proceedings of International Conference on Power System Management and Control

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  • Location: London, UK
  • Conference date: 17-19 April 2002
  • ISBN: 0 85296 748 9
  • Conference number: CP488
  • The following topics are dealt with: power system management; power system control; electricity market development; ancillary services; power quality; information systems; operating economics; decision support; distribution systems; demand side management; power system voltage stability; and asset management

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  • Economic dispatch advice for the NETA balancing mechanism
  • Simultaneous measurement of harmonics, interharmonics and flicker in a power system for power quality analysis
  • The power quality challenge for a utility
  • A Web-based multi-channel power quality monitoring system for a large network
  • Analysis of zero sequence passive filter harmonics mitigation device for building wiring system
  • Information security - who cares?
  • The impact of NETA imbalance prices on contracting strategies for generation and demand
  • Integrated utility data warehousing - a prerequisite to keep up with competition on electricity markets
  • Information exchange standards for power system monitoring and control
  • The use of Internet technologies to enable flexible alarm processing
  • Management of enterprise information systems for power system control and operation
  • Surviving in liberalised energy markets requires the right IT strategy
  • A parallel OPF approach for large-scale power systems
  • Implementation of optimised Syrian electricity generation operation
  • Economically optimised power dispatch in local systems using evolutionary algorithms and dynamic programming
  • Neural based tabu search method for solving unit commitment problem
  • Advanced operational views on the power system and its components
  • Optimal constraint management for system operations under NETA
  • Providing switching support for the flexible operation of transmission networks
  • State estimation enhancement using an optimal power flow
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