lookup function reads the data from a file
ybuild builds the Ybus matrix
TOF and SOLVE solves the Ax=b problem using simple substitution
HW51 actually builds the Jacobian and solves the load flow problem!
in 1995 Prof Gerald T Heydt did not believe that load flow analysis could be done in MATLAB. He recommended Fortran, passing the class depended a lot on the load flow project. I was younger then and I was familiar with MATLAB, so I took on the challenge. After a couple weeks of wrestling with it, I was able to solve it. By now this is probably legacy code! Enjoy!
Mohamed Belkhayat (2024). Load Flow Analysis (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/50668-load-flow-analysis), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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Inspired: Newton Raphson Load Flow
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