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Carlos A. Castro
Carlos A. Castro
Professor, Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas; Adjunct Professor, University of Campinas
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A critical evaluation of step size optimization based load flow methods
LMC Braz, CA Castro, CAF Murati
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 15 (1), 202-207, 2000
1432000
Fast computation of voltage stability security margins using nonlinear programming techniques
LAL Zarate, CA Castro, JLM Ramos, ER Ramos
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 21 (1), 19-27, 2006
922006
Fast Computation of Voltage Stability Security Margins Using Nonlinear Programming Techniques
LAL Zurate, CA Castro, JL Martinez Ramos, E Romero Ramos
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 21 (1), 19-27, 2006
922006
Distribution systems operation optimisation through reconfiguration and capacitor allocation by a dedicated genetic algorithm
MAN Guimaraes, CA Castro, R Romero
IET generation, transmission & distribution 4 (11), 1213-1222, 2010
912010
Continuation fast decoupled power flow with secant predictor
DA Alves, LCP da Silva, CA Castro, VF da Costa
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 18 (3), 1078-1085, 2003
892003
Microgrids energy management using robust convex programming
JS Giraldo, JA Castrillon, JC Lopez, MJ Rider, CA Castro
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 10 (4), 4520-4530, 2018
772018
Genetic algorithm-based phasor measurement unit placement method considering observability and security criteria
HH Müller, CA Castro
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution 10 (1), 270-280, 2016
762016
Reconfiguration of distribution systems for stability margin enhancement using tabu search
MAN Guimaraes, JFC Lorenzeti, CA Castro
2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, 2004. PowerCon …, 2004
582004
Reconfiguration of distribution systems for stability margin enhancement using tabu search
MAN Guimaraes, JFC Lorenzeti, CA Castro
2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, 2004. PowerCon …, 2004
582004
An efficient reconfiguration algorithm for loss reduction of distribution systems
CA Castro, AA Watanabe
Electric power systems research 19 (2), 137-144, 1990
561990
Expansion planning for smart transmission grids using AC model and shunt compensation
SP Torres, CA Castro
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution 8 (5), 966-975, 2014
552014
Distribution Systems Operation Considering Energy Storage Devices and Distributed Generation
OD Montoya, A Grajales, A Garces, CA Castro
IEEE Latin America Transactions 15 (5), 890-900, 2017
492017
Continuation method parameterized by power losses
DA Alves, LCP Da Silva, CA Castro, VF Da Costa
2000 IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting. Conference Proceedings …, 2000
43*2000
Continuation method parameterized by power losses
DA Alves, LCP Da Silva, CA Castro, VF Da Costa
2000 IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting. Conference Proceedings …, 2000
43*2000
Continuation method parameterized by power losses
DA Alves, L Silva, CA Castro, VF da Costa
Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting, 2000. IEEE 2, 1123-1128, 2000
43*2000
Power system loading margin estimation using a neuro-fuzzy approach
SP Torres, WH Peralta, CA Castro
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 22 (4), 1955-1964, 2007
422007
Optimal probabilistic charging of electric vehicles in distribution systems
A Arias, M Granada, CA Castro
IET Electrical Systems in Transportation 7 (3), 246-251, 2017
412017
A method for computing minimum voltage stability margins of power systems
DB Bedoya, CA Castro, LCP Da Silva
IET generation, transmission & distribution 2 (5), 676-689, 2008
382008
An efficient geometric parameterization technique for the continuation power flow
E Garbelini, DA Alves, AB Neto, E Righeto, LCP da Silva, CA Castro
Electric power systems research 77 (1), 71-82, 2007
362007
Real power losses reduction and loading margin improvement via continuation method
FCV Malange, DA Alves, LCP Da Silva, CA Castro, GRM Da Costa
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 19 (3), 1690-1692, 2004
362004
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