Optimal Power Flow as a Polynomial Optimization Problem

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Formulating the alternating current optimal power flow (ACOPF) as a polynomial optimization problem makes it possible to solve large instances in practice and to guarantee asymptotic convergence in theory.

By: Bissan Ghaddar, Jakub Marecek, Martin Mevissen

Published in: IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, volume 31, (no 1), pages 539-546; 10.1109/TPWRS.2015.2390037 in 2016


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