# Electric Utility

This dataset is in support of my Research papers-*'Geometrical Insight on Sinusoidal Waveform'. *

Abstract : In physics, sine wave is In electronics & electrical engineering, In In this research, seven questions are studied. resembles the sine wave namely cosine, hyperboliccosine,hyperbolicsine,versine, coversine, vercosine, coversine, haversine, hacoversine, havercosine and hacovercosine

The data

the simulation videos

The results from codes run in python, Julia, C++, s

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This dataset is in support of my research paper '* Comparative Non-Linear Flux Matrices & Thermal Losses in BLDC with Different Pole Pairs*' .

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Distribution 20kV Surge Arrester Historical Inspection Data from year 2007 to 2019 and from an European utility company

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20kV PILC Cable Historical Inspection Data from year 2007 to 2019 from an European utility company

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20kV XLPE Cable Historical Inspection Data from year 2010 to 2019 from an European utility company

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Asset health index evalualtion results from an European utility company

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This provides the code and data used in the paper "Optimal EV Scheduling in Residential Distribution Networks Considering Customer Charging Preferences" by Mailys Le Cam and Barry Hayes.

Some material has been adapated from the OpenDSS help files: http://smartgrid.epri.com/SimulationTool.aspx Some data has been taken from the IEEE test feeders archive: http://sites.ieee.org/pes-testfeeders/

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The power flow is usually formulated by nonlinear equations and may present multiple solutions. However, most of these solutions do not represent a practical situation but are mathematical findings. Remarkably, in unbalanced multiphase systems with impedance-grounded loads, a phenomenon can occur where two or more solutions may especially show practical significance. These solutions are called operationally-stable solutions (solutions which for a given loading level the nodal voltages, currents, and losses are feasible) and may be obtained in Distribution Systems (DS).

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