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abstract

  • The First Century of electrical networks powered incandescent lamps in our homes and motors in our factories. Now, in the second century, the large-scale electrification of air, sea, and land vehicles will undoubtedly transform the way electricity is generated, transmitted, dispatched, and consumed once again. To cope with these new demands, a more flexible, reconfigurable, and information-intensive cyber and physical infrastructureat least at the distribution level if not throughout the entire systemis necessary. 2011 IEEE.

published proceedings

  • IEEE Power and Energy Magazine

author list (cited authors)

  • Fahimi, B., Kwasinski, A., Davoudi, A., Balog, R., & Kiani, M.

citation count

  • 44

complete list of authors

  • Fahimi, Babak||Kwasinski, Alexis||Davoudi, Ali||Balog, Robert||Kiani, Morgan

publication date

  • July 2011