# Optimal placement of PMU using any algorithm

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Maveeya Baba on 10 Oct 2019
Commented: SRAVAN KOTHA on 15 Feb 2021
Dear mate could you please guide me how to implement optimal PMU code in MATLAB and ink with any IEEE standar test system to know about best location?
any suggestion and anwer will be highly appriciated

Ismael Abdulrahman on 31 Dec 2019

Abdulaziz NA on 28 Nov 2019
Dear Maveeya Baba,
Have you find any help regarding your subject.
I am also need some help for same your inquiry.
Thanks

Maveeya Baba on 28 Nov 2019
Dear i did not get any help.. but now i am reading old codes .Those worked for the OPP Problem.. learn the codes and match with the papers.. Run the old programs and run each and every line of the program then u will get to know how these coding are working and how they explained in the research papers.. PSO, GA, Integer linear, Depth first search, simulated annealing... read these papers and download OPP master from get hub.. and learn those codes.
SRAVAN KOTHA on 15 Feb 2021
Hi Maveeya Baba.
can you guide me how to download OPP master from get hub or can you please share mem the files regarding OPP problems that you have.please,this will helps me alot for my research.my maill id:sravankumar.ee@gmail.com

Maveeya Baba on 28 Nov 2019
if you want to find IEEE-case system which is bus system (14,30....etc).. write MATPOWER IEEE-case in gethub you will get all the IEEE-cases

Maveeya Baba on 28 Nov 2019
for understading the OPP problem you should study the linear programming method in which they construct a MATRIX A.. (ADJACENET MATRIX A)..
this matrix A is important in every program coding you will find in those OPP master in gethub.. this matrix is important to understand how to put PMUs in a bus with a binary digit 1.... and through adjacent matrix you will get constraint functions in research papers match all the constraint functions with IEEE-case system and adjacant matrix.. which is used for incident lines as well..
likewise= the constraint function in a paper like this.. F1= X1+X2+X3> 1......
This means that if we want to observe bus-1 we have to place a PMU either in bus-1,bus-2 or bus -3... match this function with IEEE-bus diagram with incident lines of for example bus-1

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