Stochastic security-constrained generation expansion planning methodology based on a generalized line outage distribution factors

In this study, the authors proposes to develop an efficient formulation in order to figure out the stochastic security-constrained generation capacity expansion planning (SC-GCEP) problem. The main idea is related to directly compute the line outage distribution factors (LODF) which could be applied...

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Main Authors: Victor H. Hinojosa, Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt
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spelling rr-article-95565472017-01-01T00:00:00Z Stochastic security-constrained generation expansion planning methodology based on a generalized line outage distribution factors Victor H. Hinojosa (7209974) Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt (1249602) Mechanical engineering not elsewhere classified Linear distribution factors Security-constrained Stochastic programming Two-stage problem Uncertainty Mechanical Engineering not elsewhere classified In this study, the authors proposes to develop an efficient formulation in order to figure out the stochastic security-constrained generation capacity expansion planning (SC-GCEP) problem. The main idea is related to directly compute the line outage distribution factors (LODF) which could be applied to model the N − m post-contingency analysis. In addition, the post-contingency power flows are modeled based on the LODF and the partial transmission distribution factors (PTDF). The PTDF-based generation capacity planning formulation has been reformulated in order to include the post-contingency constraint solving both pre- and post-contingency constraints simultaneously. The methodology includes in the optimization problem the load uncertainty using a two-stage multi-period model, and a K−means clustering technique is applied to reduce the load scenarios. The main advantage of this methodology is the feasibility to quickly compute the post-contingency factors especially with multiple-line outages (N − m). This idea could speed up contingency analyses and improve significantly the security-constrained analyses applied to stochastic GCEP problems. It is conducted several experiments with two electrical power systems in order to validate the performance of the proposed formulation. 2017-01-01T00:00:00Z Text Conference contribution 2134/25768 https://figshare.com/articles/conference_contribution/Stochastic_security-constrained_generation_expansion_planning_methodology_based_on_a_generalized_line_outage_distribution_factors/9556547 CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
institution Loughborough University
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topic Mechanical engineering not elsewhere classified
Linear distribution factors
Security-constrained
Stochastic programming
Two-stage problem
Uncertainty
Mechanical Engineering not elsewhere classified
spellingShingle Mechanical engineering not elsewhere classified
Linear distribution factors
Security-constrained
Stochastic programming
Two-stage problem
Uncertainty
Mechanical Engineering not elsewhere classified
Victor H. Hinojosa
Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt
Stochastic security-constrained generation expansion planning methodology based on a generalized line outage distribution factors
description In this study, the authors proposes to develop an efficient formulation in order to figure out the stochastic security-constrained generation capacity expansion planning (SC-GCEP) problem. The main idea is related to directly compute the line outage distribution factors (LODF) which could be applied to model the N − m post-contingency analysis. In addition, the post-contingency power flows are modeled based on the LODF and the partial transmission distribution factors (PTDF). The PTDF-based generation capacity planning formulation has been reformulated in order to include the post-contingency constraint solving both pre- and post-contingency constraints simultaneously. The methodology includes in the optimization problem the load uncertainty using a two-stage multi-period model, and a K−means clustering technique is applied to reduce the load scenarios. The main advantage of this methodology is the feasibility to quickly compute the post-contingency factors especially with multiple-line outages (N − m). This idea could speed up contingency analyses and improve significantly the security-constrained analyses applied to stochastic GCEP problems. It is conducted several experiments with two electrical power systems in order to validate the performance of the proposed formulation.
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Conference proceeding
author Victor H. Hinojosa
Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt
author_facet Victor H. Hinojosa
Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt
author_sort Victor H. Hinojosa (7209974)
title Stochastic security-constrained generation expansion planning methodology based on a generalized line outage distribution factors
title_short Stochastic security-constrained generation expansion planning methodology based on a generalized line outage distribution factors
title_full Stochastic security-constrained generation expansion planning methodology based on a generalized line outage distribution factors
title_fullStr Stochastic security-constrained generation expansion planning methodology based on a generalized line outage distribution factors
title_full_unstemmed Stochastic security-constrained generation expansion planning methodology based on a generalized line outage distribution factors
title_sort stochastic security-constrained generation expansion planning methodology based on a generalized line outage distribution factors
publishDate 2017
url https://hdl.handle.net/2134/25768
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