EGEE 451: Energy Systems Analysis
Problem Set #1: Due by Friday Sept. 12, 2014 in class.
This problem is designed to help you explore the valuation of investment projects, and
compare projects using several alternative criteria. Use Microsoft Excel to per

Problem Set #4: Unit Commitment in GAMS
EGEE 451
SOLUTIONS
1.
Using the output of the model, represent graphically how the
electricity demand in each hour is supplied with different
generation technologies. Also indicate the total cost of the system
and t

EGEE 451: Energy Systems Analysis
Problem Set #1: Due by Friday Sept. 12, 2014 in class.
This problem is designed to help you explore the valuation of investment projects, and
compare projects using several alternative criteria. Use Microsoft Excel to per

1.
In electric power systems, a Unit Commitment model is used to account for transmission constraints
and losses on transmission lines.
FALSE. UC accounts for constraints over time such as ramping, startup and shutdown, and minimum
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EGEE 451 Assignment #6 Generation Capacity Expansion
SOLUTIONS
Questions
1.
No Carbon Cap: run the model provided to produce the results for
the base case. The results for capacity and power output by demand
block can be found in the .LST file. What is th

EGEE 451 Assignment #5 Optimal Power Flow
Prof. Mort Webster
SOLUTIONS
1.
Run the model with the provided parameter values in OPF_DATA.INC.
Open the results file produced (OPF_results.txt).
a)
How much power is produced by each generator?
The table below

Problem Set #3: Economic Dispatch in GAMS
EGEE 451
SOLUTIONS
1.
Once you have successfully run the model, import file that was created (in the
same directory as the rest of the project files) into excel. Is the demand
satisfied for each hour of the day?
Y

EGEE 451
Fall 2014
Problem Set #2: Uncertainty and Monte Carlo Simulation
EGEE 451
SOLUTIONS
Analysis of Investment Options
a) Before running a simulation, using the mean values that appear in the cells, which
choice(s) is(are) the best?
Based on mean gro

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Homework Packet 1
Name:
1. Give the ground-state electron configuration of the following elements (4 points
total).
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CMPSC 200 Programming for Engineers with MATLAB
Assignment 1
Instructions:
Complete Problem 2 (parts b., c., d., e., and f. only) and Problem 3 (parts b., e., f., g., and h.
only). The other problems and subparts listed are available

Sottile Summer 2016
CMPSC 200 Programming for Engineers with MATLAB
Assignment 3
Instructions:
Complete Problem 2 and Problem 3. The other problems listed is available for you to practice
from, but should not be submitted as part of this assignment.
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