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Transaction Paper Abstracts - February 2009

Technical Areas: The technical areas covered in the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems are listed below. Click on a specific technical area for a list of the papers in that technical area that have been published in the February 2009 issue, links to their abstracts, and the discussion deadline.

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Power Engineering Education

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

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Power System Analysis, Computing, and Economics

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

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Power System Dynamic Performance

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

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Power System Operations

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

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Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

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Power System Planning and Implementation

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

Discussion Deadline: 30 April 2009

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