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MFBLP Method Forecast for Regional Load Demand System
Zuhairi Baharudin, Nidal S. Kamel
Pages - 280 - 292     |    Revised - 05-08-2009     |    Published - 01-09-2009
Volume - 3   Issue - 3    |    Publication Date - June 2009  Table of Contents
Forecasting, Power Load Demand, Power Planning
Load forecast plays an important role in planning and operation of a power system. The accuracy of the forecast value is necessary for economically efficient operation and also for effective control. This paper describes a method of modified forward backward linear predictor (MFBLP) for solving the regional load demand of New South Wales (NSW), Australia. The method is designed and simulated based on the actual load data of New South Wales, Australia. The accuracy of discussed method is obtained and comparison with previous methods is also reported.
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Mr. Zuhairi Baharudin
- Malaysia
Mr. Nidal S. Kamel
- Malaysia

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