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By Y. Mo, X. Zhou, Y. Wang, and L. Liang

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In the spatial dimension, the variation of the wind speed along the overhead transmission line makes the conductor temperature and line parameter show a nonuniform distribution characteristic, which has an important influence on the operating status of the system. In order to describe the actual situation more accurately, a line cutting model based on the wind speed variation along the line is proposed. This paper proves the application value of the model by using a typical 4-bus system. From the two aspects of the power flow and the maximum power transmission capacity, we contrast the line cutting model with the traditional models, indicating that the cutting model is closer to the actual situation of the system.

Y. Mo, X. Zhou, Y. Wang, and L. Liang, "Study on Operating Status of Overhead Transmission Lines Based on Wind Speed Variation," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 60, 111-120, 2017.

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