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12-Jun-2017Challenges in model and data merging for the implementation of a distribution network contingency analysis toolHuyghues-Beaufond, N; Jakeman, A; Tindemans, S; Strbac, G; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), et al
26-Sep-2017A simulation framework to analyse weather-induced faultsJamieson, M; Strbac, G; Tindemans, S; Bell, K; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (E
15-Jun-2015Analysis of Customers' Performance in Industrial & Commercial Demand Side Response TrialsUstinova, T; Woolf, M; Ortega Calderon, JE; Bilton, M; O'Brien, H, et al
29-Jun-2015Cost-Benefit Analysis of Unreliable System Protection Scheme OperationCalvo, JL; Ramirez Torrealba, PJ; Tindemans, S; Strbac, G; National Grid Electricity Transmission Plc
22-Sep-2015Comparison of Approaches for Quantifying Demand Side Response Capacity Credit for the Use in Distribution Network PlanningDjapic, P; Tindemans, S; Strbac, G; London Power Networks PLC
22-Sep-2015Managing Risks from Reverse Flows under Distribution Network Outage ScenariosCalvo, JL; Tindemans, S; Strbac, G
15-Jun-2015Experimental validation of residential consumer responsiveness to dynamic time-of-use pricingSchofield, J; Carmichael, R; Tindemans, S; Woolf, M; Bilton, M, et al
18-Jun-2017Understanding aggregate flexibility of thermostatically controlled loadsTrovato, V; Tindemans, S; Strbac, G; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (E; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), et al
20-Jun-2016An implicit switching model for distribution network reliability assessmentYang, Y; Tindemans, S; Strbac, G; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (E
26-Sep-2017Enhancing distribution network visibility using contingency analysis toolsHuyghues-Beaufond, N; Jakeman, A; Tindemans, S; Strbac, G; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), et al