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Mathematical Models and Algorithms for Power System Optimization

  • ID: 4226509
  • Book
  • August 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 450 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Mathematical Models and Algorithms for Power System Optimization helps readers build a thorough understanding of new technologies and world-class practices developed by the State Grid Corporation of China, the organization responsible for the world's largest power distribution network. This reference covers three areas: power operation planning, electric grid investment and operational planning and power system control. It introduces economic dispatching, generator maintenance scheduling, power flow, optimal load flow, reactive power planning, load frequency control and transient stability, using mathematic models including optimization, dynamic, differential and difference equations.

  • Provides insights on the development of new mathematical models of power system optimization
  • Analyzes power systems comprehensively to create novel mathematic models and algorithms for issues related to the planning operation of power systems
  • Includes research on the optimization of power systems and related practical research projects carried out since 1981

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1. Introduction 2. Daily Economic Dispatch Optimization With Pumped Storage Plant for a Multiarea System 3. Optimization of Annual Generator Maintenance Scheduling 4. New Algorithms Related to Power Flow 5. Load Optimization for Power Network 6. Discrete Optimization for Reactive Power Planning 7. Optimization Method for Load Frequency Feed Forward Control 8. Local Decoupling Control Method for Transient Stability of a Power System 9. Optimization of Electricity Market Transaction Decision Based on Market General Equilibrium

Appendix A. An Approximation Method for Mixed Integer Programming B. The Differential Expressions for Transformer Tap and Shunt Capacitor Unit C. A DC Load Flow Method for Calculating Generation Angle

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Fan, Mingtian
Professor Fan obtained her doctoral degree in Tsinghua university, China. She was also a visiting scholar in Hiroshima university, Japan and Tampera technology university, Finland. She worked in China Electric Power Research Institute as a research fellow engineer and supervised doctor and master students in the fields of optimal distribution planning, optimal transmission planning and reliability evaluation. She has published papers with IEEE, JIEE and CSEE.
Her research focuses on mathematical modeling and algorithms for power system planning and operation, including economic dispatching, generator maintenance scheduling, load flow, optimal load flow, reactive power planning, load frequency control, and transient stability.
Zhang, Zuping
Zuping Zhang, male, born in 1950, professor, senior member of China Electrical Engineering Society; graduated from the Mathematics Department of Beijing Normal University in 1977, obtained his master degree from the Graduate School of China Electric Power Research Institute in 1981 in engineering. He has been engaged in power system planning and operation analysis, mathematical models and calculation methods of power system analysis, UHV large power grids, and urban power grid planning methods. Published several books on power system analysis and optimization and published more than 30 scientific papers in professional journals at home and abroad.
Wang, Chengmin
Chengmin Wang, male, born in 1970, obtained his Ph.D. from Harbin Institute of Technology in 2002,
his M.S. and B.S. from Northeast Dianli University in 1999 and 1992, respectively. He worked as post-doc researcher in Shanghai Jiao Tong University from 2002 to 2004. After then till now, he began to be the professor of SJTU. Dr. Wang has been engaged in studying on power system stability, optimal operation, planning, electricity market and so on since 1996. He has published more than 100 journal articles and several books. And he has led and participated in quite a number of national key scientific research projects, including 863 Projects and NSFC Projects. He applied several patents on his scientific results. Besides, he has achieved several awards of ministry class.
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