### Abstract

One of the most recognized load flow methods at present is the N-R (Newton-Raphson) method with sparsity techniques and suboptimal ordering. This paper presents a new load flow method which is several to more than ten times faster than the N-R method and has the same memory requirement, mathematical complexity and accuracy as the N-R method. As an example, the convergence time for 118-bus system was only one eighth of the N-R method. Five and one-half pages of discussion of the paper are appended.

Original language | English |
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Title of host publication | IEEE Trans Power Appar Syst |

Pages | 1586-1599 |

Number of pages | 14 |

Volume | PAS-97 |

Edition | 5 |

Publication status | Published - 1978 Sep |

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*IEEE Trans Power Appar Syst*(5 ed., Vol. PAS-97, pp. 1586-1599)

**FAST LOAD FLOW METHOD RETAINING NONLINEARITY.** / Iwamoto, Shinichi; Tamura, Yasuo.

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*IEEE Trans Power Appar Syst.*5 edn, vol. PAS-97, pp. 1586-1599.

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