Resilience in Electric Power Systems

Umair Shahzad


In recent times, there has been a rise in the number of extreme events affecting electric power systems. Power system resilience is the ability to counterattack, adjust to, and rapidly recuperate from such events. As the cognizance of these threating events is rising, the resilience of powers systems has become a highest precedence in the research area of power systems. This paper intends to deliver a summary of basic concepts of resilience in the power system. Definitions and assessment approaches of resilience are discussed. Moreover, strategies to enhance power system resilience are presented. Future challenges, associated with power system resilience, are brought to attention. A case study on the IEEE 14-bus test system is demonstrated to assess resilience.

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