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Unformatted text preview: III Power System Operation and Control Bruce F. Wollenberg University of Minnesota 17 Energ y Management Neil K. Stanton, Jay C. Gir i, and Anj an Bose ............................. 17-1 Power System Data Acquisition and Control . Automatic Generation Control . Load Management . Energ y Management . Securit y Control . Operator Training Simulator 18 Generation Control: Economic Dispatch and Unit Commitment Charles W. Richter, Jr. ....................................................................................................... 18-1 Economic Dispatch . The Unit Commitment Problem . Summar y of Economical Generation Operation 19 State Estimation Danny Julian ........................................................................................ 19-1 State Estimation Problem . State Estimation Operation . Example State Estimation Problem . Defining Terms 20 Optimal Power Flow Mohamed E. El-Hawar y ............................................................... 20-1 Conventional Optimal Economic Scheduling . Conventional OPF Formulation . OPF Incorporating Load Models . SCOPF Including Load Modeling . Operational Requirements for Online Implementation . Conclusions 21 Secur ity Analysis Nouredine Hadjsaid ............................................................................ 21-1 Definition . Time Frames for Securit y-Related Decision . Models . Determinist vs. Probabilistic . Appendix A . Appendix B ß 2006 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. ß 2006 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. 17 Energy Management Neil K. Stanton Stanton Assoc iates Jay C. Gir i AREVA T&D Corporation Anjan Bose Washington State Unive rsity 17.1 Power System Data Acquisition and Control ............... 17-3 17.2 Automatic Generation Control...................................... 17-3 Load Frequency Control . Economic Dispatch . Reserve Monitoring . Interchange Transaction Scheduling 17.3 Load Management........................................................... 17-5 17.4 Energy Management ....................................................... 17-6 17.5 Security Control .............................................................. 17-7 17.6 Operator Training Simulator.......................................... 17-8 Energy Control System . Power System Dynamic Simulation . Instructional System Energy management is the process of monitoring, coordinating, and controlling the generation, transmission, and distribution of electrical energy. The physical plant to be managed includes generating plants that produce energy fed through transformers to the high-voltage transmission network (grid), interconnecting generating plants, and load centers. Transmission lines terminate at substations that perform switching, voltage transformation, measurement, and control. Substations at load centers transform to subtransmission and distribution levels. These lower-voltage circuits typically operate radially, i.e., no normally closed paths between substations through subtransmission or distributionradially, i....
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course POWER 332 taught by Professor Dr during the Spring '10 term at Ain Shams University.

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