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Use of Pareto Principle in Power System Mode Analysis

The optimal power dispatch problem in the power system is looked out in the given work. The mathematical model of power system optimal regime searching approach in the market conditions in accordance with Pareto principle is described. The theoretical layout is illustrated on a real power system model of the united power system, which consists of 17 nodes and 21 lines. The procedure is realized using the GAMS software.

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, H. (1990). Equilibrium and Explanation. In Creedy, J. (ed.), The Foundations of Economic Thought . Oxford: Blackwells. pp. 356–394. ISBN 0-631-15642-9 . (reprinted in Surfing Economics ). Drăgulescu, A., & Yakovenko, V. M. (2001). Exponential and power-law probability distributions of wealth and income in the United Kingdom and the United States. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications , 299 (1-2), 213-221. Dunford, R., Su, Q., & Tamang, E. (2014). The Pareto Principle. The Plymouth Student Scientist , 7 (1), 140-148. Gkranas, A., Rendoumis, V


The article presents a case study of the identification and analysis of operating and equipment losses in a steel plant. Losses may be visible in costs resulting from premature wear of machine and equipment components, removal of emergency failures related to quality losses, including loss of reputation of a reliable supplier, as well as losses related to production, especially in the case of continuous production. The analysis of losses was based on the cost criterion, including losses resulting from the loss of a potential client. The real data from the 2016 were used in the case study. In order to ensure proper operation at the finishing department, standard solutions have been developed. The analysis of losses was based on the Pareto principle and the analysis of TPM coefficients.

. Nowogonska, “Preventive services of residential buildings according to the pareto principle”, IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 471, 112034, 2019. 18. A. Khelassi, D. Theilliol, P. Weber, “Reconfigurability Analysis for Reliable Fault-Tolerant Control Design”, International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science 21 (3), pp. 431-9, 2011.

reliability prediction of masonry walls . Engineering Mechanics 2014 - 20th international conference. Svratka, Czechy: Brno University of Technology, 456 – 459. 17. Nowogońska, B 2019. Preventive services of residential buildings according to the pareto principle. IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 471, 112034. 18. Nowogońska, B 2016. Proposal for determining the scale of renovation needs of residential buildings. Civil and Environmental Engineering Reports 22 , 137-144. 19. Nowogońska, B and Cibis, J 2017. Technical problems of residential construction

. Retrieved from Naoum, V., Kyriopoulos, D., Charonis, A., Athanasakis, K., & Kyriopoulos, J. (2016). The Pareto principle (“80−20 Rule”) in healthcare services in Greece. Value in Health, 19 (7), A618. Narayanaswany, V. (1981). Origin and development of Ayurveda (A brief history). Ancient Science of Life, 1 (1), 1-7. Nortjé, N., & Hoffmann, W. (2015). Ethics misconduct among dietetic practitioners in South Africa (2007-2013). South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 28 (2), 77-80. Open

salespeople: Incidence and buyer attributions. Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management, 10 (4), 17–29. Brown S. P. 1990 Use of closed influence tactics by salespeople: Incidence and buyer attributions Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management 10 4 17 29 Brynjolfsson, E., Hu, Y., & Simester, D. (2011). Goodbye pareto principle, hello long tail: The effect of search costs on the concentration of product sales. Management Science, 57 (8), 1373–1386. 10.1287/mnsc.1110.1371 Brynjolfsson E. Hu Y. Simester D. 2011 Goodbye pareto principle, hello long tail: The

such a perspective (see Chapter 2.3). 2.2.4 Allocative Efficiency The concept of allocative efficiency is in the fore most of all with welfare theory, and it is used in the context of distribution questions raised by national economy. It deals with the problem of the best possible distribution of goods (or resources respectively), with the goal of maximizing a defined overall benefit. As the essential premise of welfare economy in this context one must mention the Pareto principle. "To have it simply, [it] states that a reallocation of resources is 'efficient' if