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Multi-Stage Rescheduling of Generation, Load Shedding and Short-Term Transmission Capacity for Emergency State Control

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3 Author(s)
Krogh, B. ; Coordinated Science Lab University of Illinois ; Javid, S.H. ; Chow, J.H.

A multi-stage formulation of the problem of scheduling generation, load shedding and short term transmission capacity for the alleviation of a viability emergency is presented. The formulation includes generation rate of change constraints, a linear network solution, and a model of the short term thermal overload capacity of transmission lines. The concept of rotating transmission line overloads for emergency state control is developed. The ideas are illustrated by a numerical example.

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Power Apparatus and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PAS-102 ,  Issue: 5 )