Spatial Electric Load Forecasting Revised and Expanded (Hardback)WILLIS (author)
Hardback Published: 09/08/2002
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Includes specific examples with highlights and detailed explanations of key points to consider for both standard and unusual utility forecasting situations. The Second Edition of Spatial Electric Load Forecasting contains 12 new chapters offering increased-coverage of weather correction and normalization of forecasts, anticipation of redevelopment, determining the validity of announced developments, and minimizing risk from over- or under-planning up-to-date information on new algorithms and innovative concepts in forecasting a review of forecasting pitfalls and mistakes encountered in the last decade by utilities in the U.S. and internationally case studies depicting challenging forecast environments load models illustrating various types of demand and discusses the components and qualities of an accurate load forecast the advantages and limitations of eight redevelopment forecasting techniques solutions to common roadblocks in popular spatial simulation programs Completely revised and expanded to reflect the latest advances in the field, Spatial Electric Load Forecasting, Second Edition is an authoritative and timely reference for electrical, electronics, industrial, transmission, distribution, power, energy, and research and development engineers; and planners, forecasters, economists, and analysts involved in transmission and distribution systems; and an outstanding text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
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