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Title: Unit commitment for a smart energy distributed system
Authors: Wong, Lip Pang.
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering::Power electronics
Issue Date: 2008
Abstract: A Smart energy distributed system (SEDS) consists of several price-sensitive loads, fixed passive loads and distributed energy resources (DER) such as diesel engines, micro turbines, fuel cells, photovoltaic, wind turbines, etc. The system is connected to a LV networks and in turn is connected to an upstream MV networks which forms part of the Distribution Management System (OMS). This project is to analyze and design software algorithms that can perform the modeling of DER, specificaIIy for wind power and price-sensitive loads for the economic scheduling. The scheduling must meet the customers' fixed and variable load requirements and the wind power constraints. Customers may bid for the supply of loads and may offer to shed low priority loads when prices increase. A unit commitment software program employing the LaGrange-Relaxation solution technique is used as a building block of the modeling software. The software program will be developed to solve the classical unit commitment scheduling problem with the wind power penetration.
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