Unformatted text preview: P1 + 2 P2 ≤ 660 simultaneous feasibility constraints in this case. The dispatch of the system and the allocation of
transmission property rights must lie within this feasible set. b d c a Figure 2: Simultaneous feasibility set of the network in Figure 1, without losses.
Figure 2 makes evident that the dispatched quantities (q1 and q2) are not independent of each other. Indeed,
it could appear feasible to dispatch 300 MW of q1 and 220 MW of q2, if they were separately considered.
However, in Figure 2, point A is clearly infeasible. This is, when the two transmission bundles are
simultaneously dispatched, the combination violates the capacity of line (2,3). re 2 depicts (as the shaded area) all possible combinations of q1 and q2 that would meet the
ultaneous feasibility constraints in this case. The dispatch of the system and the allocation of
smission property rights must lie within this feasible set. G2 Bus 2 Bus 1 G1 Figure 2: Simultaneous feasibility set of the network in Fig...
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 Fall '13
 Shmuel Oren

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