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Constante, J., & Colomé, G. (2022). Estado del Arte y Tendencias en el Modelamiento de Carga. Revista Técnica "Energía", 18(2), PP. 1-12. https://doi.org/10.37116/revistaenergia.v18.n2.2022.475

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El modelamiento de la carga es fundamental en el diseño, planificación, operación, control y muchos otros estudios y aplicaciones relacionados al correcto funcionamiento de los sistemas eléctricos. Aunque el modelamiento de carga ha sido ampliamente estudiado en el pasado, hoy en día ha resurgido un gran interés por parte de los investigadores y la industria debido: al cambio tecnológico de la demanda, al crecimiento continuo de las redes, a la operación cerca de los límites de estabilidad, a la generación distribuida, al gran despliegue de tecnologías de medición, entre muchos otros. En este contexto, el objetivo de este trabajo es presentar una revisión bibliográfica sobre modelamiento de carga, en la cual se prioriza las investigaciones de la última década. Para lograr el objetivo precitado primero se propone, a conocimiento de los autores, la primera metodología sistemática de clasificación bibliográfica enfocada específicamente al modelamiento de carga. En base a esta metodología se deducen los resultados que incluyen: tendencias actuales de investigación, áreas poco investigadas y nichos futuros de investigación; estos resultados son claramente descritos y resaltados.

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