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I. Introduction:

\(\bullet\) This 62 Bus Test Case represents a part of Indian utility network. The system data is taken from [1,2].
\(\bullet\) The generator cost and emission coefficients, load bus data, sites of the buses, transmission line data and the modified cost coefficients with ramp rate limits all are given in the attached pdf file in III.
\(\bullet\) The given data is based on 100 MVA base, where the system \(V^{min}_i\), \(V^{max}_i\), \(\theta^{min}_i\), and \(\theta^{max}_i\) for the \(i\)th bus are respectively considered to be 0.9 p.u., 1.1 p.u., -45 and +45 degree.
\(\bullet\) This test case consists of 62 buses, 19 generators, 12 transformers,  77 lines and 32 loads.
 

II. Single-Line Diagram:

\(\bullet\) The single-line diagram of the proposed system - as taken from [2] - is shown below:

III. Files:

\(\bullet\) Full System Data (PDF Format) [Download]

IV. References:

[1] Tamilnadu Electricity Board Statistics at a Glance - 1999-2000, compiled by Planning Wing of Tamilnadu Electricity Board, Chennai, India.
[2] R. Gnanadass, "Optimal Power Dispatch and Pricing for Deregulated Power Industry," Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Pondicherry University, India, Mar. 2005, [Accessed Mar. 22, 2015]. [Online]. Available: http://dspace.pondiuni.edu.in/jspui/bitstream/pdy/498/1/T3248.pdf

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