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A New Algorithm for Real-Time Optimal Dispatch of Active and Reactive Power Generation Retaining Nonlinearity

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2 Author(s)
Roy, L. ; Department of Electrical Engineering The University of Calgary ; Rao, N.D.

This paper presents a new method for optimal dispatch of real and reactive power generation which is based on cartesian coordinate formulation of economic dispatch problem and reclassification of state and control variables associated with generator buses. The voltage and power at these buses are classified as parametric and functional inequality constraints, and are handled by reduced gradient technique and penalty factor approach respectively. The advantage of this classification is the reduction in the size of the equality constraint model, leading to less storage requirement. The rectangular coordinate formulation results in an exact equality constraint model in which the coefficient matrix is real, sparse, diagonally dominant, smaller in size and need be computed and factorized once only in each gradient step. In addition, Lagragian multipliers are calculated using a new efficient procedure. A natural outcome of these features is the solution of the economic dispatch problem, faster than other methods available to date in the literature. Rapid and reliable convergence is an additional desirable characteristic of the method. Digital simulation results are presented on several IEEE test systems to illustrate the range of application of the method vis- à-vis the popular Dommel-Tinney (DT) procedure. It is found that the proposed method is more reliable, 3-4 times faster and requires 20-30 percent less storage compared to the DT algorithm, while being just as general.

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Power Apparatus and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PAS-102 ,  Issue: 4 )