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A Development of Educational Software for Power System Reliability Assessment
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 Title & Authors
A Development of Educational Software for Power System Reliability Assessment
Kim, Gwang Won;
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 Abstract
This paper is on the development of computer software which can be utilized as a power system analysis tool for reliability assessment education. The input data of the developed software are so simple that even a non-expert easily understand how to use it. The software provides not only reliability indices but also their distributions, moreover, it provides the factors those effect the indices, which made the software even more useful for educational purpose. The developed software utilized Monte-carlo simulation based on the state duration sampling, therefore it can manage various probability distributions such as exponential, Weibull, gamma and lognormal distribution. Within the software, the parameters of the distribution can be decided automatically from its mean and variance, that is another advantage as an educational software.
 Keywords
Computer Software;Power System Education;Reliability Assessment;
 Language
Korean
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