Taming the Dragon-King of a Day-Ahead Smart Grid Blackout

Journal Article

Dragon-Kinga is introduced in this paper as the manifestation of a disaster incident for a Smart Grid’s blackout for a day-ahead. The quintessential incident is being generated by an artificial black hole, it then spreads quickly into transmission lines. Consequently, it bursts into space-time transition regions. This paper reveals all the essential characteristics of the Dragon-King, it has non-isotropic stochastic kinematics. Regardless of its huge manifestation of unwanted phenomena, the Dragon-King is controllable. We also describe the mechanism of an updated complexity, spinning cosmic string and a messenger system in this paper. Furthermore, the control strategy of the feedback controller which ultimately leads to a stable normal operation is also reported in this paper.

Duke Authors

Cited Authors

  • Stefanov, SZ; Wang, PP

Published Date

  • March 2018

Published In

  • New Mathematics and Natural Computation

Volume / Issue

  • 14 / 01

Start / End Page

  • 11 - 20