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FERC agreed that it would not conduct an individualized assessment of the value of the loss of load as a measure of harm from a Reliability Standards violation.
Tensile rupture of the GFRP sheets was sudden and accompanied by noise, indicating a quick discharge of energy and total loss of load capacity.
As evidenced by the results of IEEE 5 bus system, the proposed approach can provide the user with those outages that may cause immediate loss of load or islanding at a certain bus.
Pechman describes this as model-limited choice and devotes most of the chapter to an analysis of the loss of load probability model and its application to investment in generation capacity and system reliability.
The unplanned loss of load in fiscal 2013 has accelerated the pressure.
The action reflects GRDA's loss of load and a portion of revenues from a major customer, KAMO Electric, beginning in July 1998.
The unexpected loss of load in fiscal 2013 has accelerated the pressure.
Benefits: This project reduces the risk of potential loss of load and voltage collapse due to multiple outages of transmission lines and transformers in the Champaign area.