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Auditing control performance of interconnected areas utilizing the components concept and its decomposition and evaluation techniques. I. Audit technology and field tests

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1 Author(s)
N. Cohn ; Network Syst. Dev. Associates, Jenkintown, PA, USA

Tests of control performance using hourly real-time data provided by a number of US-Canadian control areas are described. The megawatt-hour magnitudes of each area's self-caused (primary) and remotely caused (secondary) inadvertent interchange components were determined, separately for on-peak and off-peak. For fuller performance evaluations, a value system based on differing values of inadvertent interchanges accumulated during a given period, even an hour, converts the megawatt-hour components into equivalent dollar values. This approach is made feasible by the use of a decomposition technique. The effect of each area's regulating deficiencies on system time deviation was determined

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IEEE Transactions on Power Systems  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 2 )