Review of Trends in State Estimation of Power Distribution Networks

Authors: Jiawei Zhu, Bhuvana Ramachandran

ABSTRACT
Distribution network state estimation provided complete and reliable information for the distribution management system (DMS) and was a prerequisite for other advanced management and control applications in the power distribution network. This paper first introduced the basic principles of the state estimation algorithm and sorted out the research status of the distribution network state estimation from least squares, gross error resistance etc. Finally, this paper summarized the key problems faced by the high-dimensional multi-power flow active distribution network state estimation and discussed prospects for future research hotspots and developments.

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Journal: Journal of Power and Energy Engineering
DOI: 10.4236/jpee.2020.88007(PDF)
Paper Id: 102440 (metadata)

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