Comparison of several computerized distribution planning methods

  • Willis H
  • Northcote-Green J
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Modern computerized techniques for assisting in the planning of distribution systems include a wide range of computerized, automated design procedures. A number of different techniques are reviewed and tested in a uniform manner. Benefit, data, resources and sensitivity to a number of factors are all compared and reviewed. Guidelines for application and evaluation of need are developed.

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  • H. Lee Willis

  • J. E.D. Northcote-Green

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