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Optimal Spinning Reserve for a Wind-Thermal Power System Using EIPSO

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This paper presents an evolutionary iteration particle swarm optimization (EIPSO) algorithm to solve the nonlinear optimal scheduling problem. A new index called iteration best is incorporated into particle swarm optimization (PSO) to improve the solution quality. The new PSO, named iteration PSO (IPSO), is embedded into evolutionary programming (EP) to further improve the computational efficiency. The EIPSO is then applied to solve the optimal spinning reserve for a wind-thermal power system (OSRWT). Results are used to evaluate the effects of wind generation on the spinning reserve selection of a power system. The OSRWT program considers the outage cost as well as the total operation cost of thermal units to evaluate the level of spinning reserve. The up spinning reserve (USR) and down spinning reserve (DSR) are also introduced into the OSRWT problem. The optimal scheduling of spinning reserve was reached while minimizing the sum of total operation cost and outage cost. Two practical power systems are used as numerical examples to test the new algorithm. The feasibility of the new algorithm is demonstrated by the numerical example, and EIPSO solution quality and computational efficiency are compared to those of other algorithms.

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IEEE Transactions on Power Systems  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 4 )