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Sensitivity analysis of costs on power outages resulting from nonadherence of custom - tailored standards of the continuity of power supply

By Jiří Polák


The goal of the thesis is to describe the approaches used for the regulation of the continuous supply of electric power in the selected countries of European Union and to determine the power outages costs in the specific distribution network, resulting from non-observance of the customer standards used in Great Britain, Sweden and Finland. The costs have been calculated for the entire network, as well as for the individual outputs. The thesis carries out the sensitivity analysis of the power outages costs, resulting from the breaching the supply restoration standards and the multiple interruptions standard used in the Great Britain. The costs of the individual limits are shown in the tables and the graphs. The comparison of the individual outputs according to the height of the penalty costs have been carried out on the selected set of limits. The comparison of the order of the individual outputs is then carried out for the customer standards used in Great Britain, Sweden and Finland

Topics: garantované standardy; Finsko; Finland; násobná přerušení; Švédsko; Sweden; Great Britain; Velká Británie; sensitivity analysis; guaranteed standards; power outages; supply restoration; multiple interruption; citlivostní analýza; obnovení dodávky; náklady na výpadky
Publisher: Vysoké učení technické v Brně. Fakulta elektrotechniky a komunikačních technologií
Year: 2010
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