Ajjarapu, V., & Christy, C. (1998). The continuous power flow: A tool for steady state voltage stability analysis. *IEEE Transaction on Power System,*
*13*(1), 417–423.

Article
Google Scholar

Al Rashidi, M. R., Al Hajri, M. F., & El Naggar, K. M. (2010). Particle swarm optimization and its applications in power systems. *Computational Intelligence in Power Engineering, SCI,*
*302,* 295–324.

Article
Google Scholar

Chi, Y., Liu, Y., Wang, W., & Dai, H. (2006). Voltage stability analysis of wind system. In *Integration into transmission network, international conference on power system technology* (pp. 1–7).

Ehtesham, R., Khatoon, S., & Naseeruddin, I. (2016). Optimal and suboptimal controller design for wind power system. *Renewables Wind, Water, and Solar,*
*3*(1), 1–12.

Article
Google Scholar

Gaddada, S., & Kodicherla, S. P. K. (2016). Wind energy potential and cost estimation of wind energy conversion systems (WECSs) for electricity generation in the eight selected locations of Tigray region (Ethiopia). *Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar,*
*10*(3), 1–13.

Google Scholar

Gerbex, S., Cherkaoui, R., & Germond, A. J. (2001). Optimal location of multi-type FACTS devices by means of genetic algorithm. *IEEE Transaction on Power System,*
*16*(3), 537–544.

Article
Google Scholar

Hetzer, J., Yu, D. C., & Bhattarai, K. (2008). An economic dispatch model incorporating wind power. *IEEE Transaction in Energy Conversion,*
*23*(2), 603–611.

Article
Google Scholar

Ilic, M., & Stankovic, A. (1991). Voltage problems on transmission networks subjected to unusual power flow patterns. *IEEE Transaction on Power System,*
*6*(1), 339–348.

Article
Google Scholar

Joslin Hurbert, G., Miniyan, S., Srivalasan, E., & Rajapandian, S. (2007). A review of wind energy technology. *Renewable and Sustainable Energy Review,*
*11*(6), 1117–1145.

Article
Google Scholar

Jovcic, D., & Pillai, G. N. (2005). Analytical modelling of TCSC dynamics. *IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery,*
*20*(2), 1097–1104.

Article
Google Scholar

Lof, P. A., Anderson, G., & Hill, D. J. (1992).Voltage stability indices for stressed power systems. In *IEEE PES winter meeting*, New York (pp. 326–335).

Mo, N., Zou, Z. Y., Chan, K. W., & Pong, T. Y. G. (2007). Transient stability constrained optimal power flow using particle swarm optimization. *IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution,*
*1*(3), 476–483.

Article
Google Scholar

Momoh, J. A. (1989). Optimal power flow with multiple objective function. In *Power symposium 1989, proceedings of 21st annual North-America* (pp. 105–108).

Momoh, J. A. (2001). *Electric power system applications of optimization* (2nd ed.). Spain: CRC Press.

Google Scholar

Momoh, J. A., Koessler, R. J., Bond, M. S., Scott, B., Sun, D., & Papalexopoulos, A. (1997). Challenges to optimal power flow. *IEEE Transactions on Power systems,*
*12*(1), 444–455.

Article
Google Scholar

Musirin, I., Khawa, T., & Rahman, A. (2002) Novel fast voltage stability indices (FVSI) for voltage stability analysis in power transmission system. In *Student conference on research and development proceedings*, SCORED-2002, Shah Alam Malaysia (Vol. 2, No. 5, pp. 265–268).

Prasanthi, A., & Sindhu, T. K. (2014). Optimal placement and rating of FACTS devices for congestion Management in power system without and with wind energy integration. In *IEEE international conference on advanced communication control and computing technologies (ICACCCT)* (pp. 224–229).

Reis, C., & Maciel Barbosa, F. P. (2009). Line indices for voltage stability assessment. In *Power-tech conference*, 28 June–2 July Bucharest, Romania (pp. 1–6).

Saravanan, M., Raja Slochanal, S. M., Venkatesh, P., & Prince Stephen Abraham, J. (2007). Application of particle swarm optimization technique for optimal location of FACTS devices considering cost of installation and system loadability. *Electric Power Systems Research,*
*77*(3), 276–283.

Article
Google Scholar

Segura, I., Escriva, G., & Alcazar-Ortega, M. (2011). Wind system electrical power production modal for load flow analysis. *Elsevier Renewable Energy,*
*36*(2), 1008–1013.

Article
Google Scholar

Shakib, A. D., Spahic, E., & Balzer, G. (2009). Optimal location of series FACTS devices to control line over loads in power systems with high wind feeding. In *IEEE Bucharest power tech conference, June 28th–July 2nd,* Bucharest, Romania (pp. 1–7).

Sharma, A. K., Mittapalli, R. K., & Pal, Y. (2016). FACTS devices cost recovery during congestion management in deregulated electricity markets. *Journal of Institute of Engineers India Series-B,*
*97*(3), 339–354.

Article
Google Scholar

Shi, L., Wang, C., Yao, L., Ni, Y., & Bazargan, M. (2012). Optimal power flow solution incorporating wind power. *IEEE Systems Journal,*
*6*(2), 233–241.

Article
Google Scholar

Venkatesh, P., Gnanadass, R., & Padhy, N. P. (2003). Comparison and application of evolutionary programming techniques to combined economic emission dispatch with line flow constraints. *IEEE Transaction on Power System,*
*18*(2), 688–697.

Article
Google Scholar

Wood, A. J., & Wollenberg, B. F. (1996). *Power generation, operation, and control*. New York, NY: Wiley.

Google Scholar

Yuryevich, J., & Wong, K. P. (1999). Evolutionary programming based optimal power flow algorithm. *IEEE Transaction on Power Systems,*
*14*(4), 1245–1250.

Article
Google Scholar

Zimmerman, R., Murillo-Sanchez, E., & Gan, D. (2007). MATPOWER: MATLAB Power System Simulation Package.