Distribution feeder loads classification and decomposition
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Load in distribution networks is normally measured at the 11kV supply points; little or no information is known about the type of customers and their contributions to the load. This paper proposes statistical methods to decompose an unknown distribution feeder load to its customer load sector/sub-sector profiles. The approach used in this paper should assist electricity suppliers in economic load management, strategic planning and future network reinforcements.
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