Power Grid Complexity introduces the complex system theory known
as self-organized criticality (SOC) theory and complex network
theory, and their applications to power systems. It studies the
network characteristics of power systems, such as their small-world
properties, structural vulnerability, decomposition and
coordination strategies, and simplification and equivalence
methods. The book also establishes four blackout models based on
SOC theory through which the SOC of power systems is studied at
both the macroscopic and microscopic levels. Additionally,
applications of complex system theory in power system planning and
emergency management platforms are also discussed in depth. This
book can serve as a useful reference for engineers and researchers
working with power systems.
Shengwei Mei is a Professor at the Department of Electrical
Engineering at Tsinghua University, China. Xuemin Zhang is a
Lecturer at the Department of Electrical Engineering at Tsinghua
University, China. Ming Cao is an Assistant Professor at the
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the University of
Groningen, the Netherlands.
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