Problem 3.11
continued
Problem 4.1
Problem 4.1, continued
Problem 4.4
- Paths marked with an arrow are the final path
- Each line is the min cost path back to the previous hour
Problem 5.1
Problem 5.1
$/MBtu
$/ton
Problem 5.1, continued
Problem 5.1, continued
Problem 5.1, continued
Problem 5.1, continued
Problem 5.1, continued
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Problem 5.1, continued
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Problem 5.9
Problem 5.9, continued
Problem 5.10
Problem 5.10, contin
Problem 5.14
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Problem 5.14, continued
Problem 6.7 solution1
Find the Bx matrix
To find the Bx matrix we can follow the rules below:
Bij
1
xij
N
Bii
j 1
1
xij
So, the Bx matrix looks like this
11.5
-5
-4
-2.5
-5
7
0
-2
-4
0
14
-10
-2.5
-2
-10
14.5
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POWER SYSTEM OPERATION WITH VERTICALLY INTEGRATED UTILITY COMPANIES.
COMPANIES CAN BE PRIVATELY OWNED OR
OWNED BY A GOVERNMENT AGENCY.
POWER SYSTEM OPERATION WITH OPEN ACCESS,
PRIVATELY OWNED GENERATION, TRANSMISSION, AND DISTRIBUTION COMPANIES
1) Vertica
Reference Bus Penalty Factors
Newtons method in one variable
Given the function f() and a value k we wish to solve for x such that
f(x) = k
we expand f ( x ) as a Taylors series at some initial value x 0 :
0
0
f ( x ) = f ( x ) + f ( x ) x +
x
then we so
Notes on Security Analysis
The next page contains a diagram of the sixbus power system used
in the course text. Note that a second circuit has been added from
bus 1 to 2.
The third page contains the results of an AC power flow on this
system.
The fourth p