Intelligent Models of Long-Term Security Correction in Energy Conversion Dispatching

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This paper is research on the dispatching models for monthly generation plan which is manage the congestion considering the security constrains of the power grid. Since the monthly generation plan is the result of vary monthly power exchange, including long-term power contract, power exchange among provinces and generation constitution exchanges, The application of monthly security constrained dispatching is with significant meaning for the security and stability of power grid. This paper brings forward the purpose and contents of security dispatching and introduces the working procedure and mathematic models. At last, the practical example of the Hunan Province power grid is introduced to explain the models.

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C. Luo, D. Liu, Q. Chen and X. Liu, "Intelligent Models of Long-Term Security Correction in Energy Conversion Dispatching," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4B, 2013, pp. 621-624. doi: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B1120.

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