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A mixed-integer convex model for the optimal placement and sizing of distributed generators in power distribution networks
The optimal placement and sizing of distributed generators is a classical problem in power distribution networks that is usually solved using heuristic algorithms due to its high complexity. This paper proposes a different ...
Vortex search and Chu-Beasley genetic algorithms for optimal location and sizing of distributed generators in distribution networks: A novel hybrid approach
In this study, we analyzed the optimal location and sizing of distributed generators (DGs) in radial distributed networks using a hybrid master-slave metaheuristic technique. The master stage corresponds to the selection ...
A MIQP model for optimal location and sizing of dispatchable DGs in DC networks
The allocation and dimensioning of distributed generators (DGs) in direct current (DC) power grids were addressed in this study by using a mixed-integer quadratic programming (MIQP) formulation. The MIQP model corresponded ...