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# Written Publication This work is published in the Proceedings of the 2021 Power and Energy Systems General Meeting. A link to this work will be posted here when available. A preprint of this work is posted [here][1]. Please use the following citation (DOI will be added when available): ``` @article{kravits_multi_2021, title = {Multi-Objective Optimal Power Flow Considering Emissions and Voltage Violations}, url = {http://kyrib.com/Papers/Kravits_PES_GM_2021.pdf}, journal = {Proceedings of the 2021 Power and Energy Systems General Meeting}, author = {Kravits, Jacob and Baker, Kyri and Kasprzyk, Joseph}, year = {2021}, } ``` # Power and Energy Systems General Meeting Presentation This work is presented at the 2021 Power and Energy Systems General Meeting which is held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [Here][2] is a link to the presentation. Note, you must be attending the conference to access this presentation. [1]: http://kyrib.com/Papers/Kravits_PES_GM_2021.pdf [2]: https://ieeepesgm.junolive.co/library/search/Multi_Objective_Optimal_Power_Flow_Considering_Emissions
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