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Adequacy evaluation of wind farm integration in power generation and transmission systems

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3 Author(s)
Shuo Zhang ; Key Lab. of Power Syst. Protection & Dynamic Security Monitoring & Control under Minist. of Educ., North China Electr. Power Univ., Beijing, China ; Gengyin Li ; Ming Zhou

The integration of a large number of wind farms will have a significant impact on the reliability performance of the electric generation and transmission systems. In this paper, an adequacy evaluation model of wind power integration in power system based on the sequential Monte-Carlo simulation approach is presented. This model is applied to simulate power system including wind power generation. Depth first search algorithm is used to find out each connected block of network. In the section of active power correction and dispatching, a reduction of load minimum as goal function linear programming model is presented. Corresponding software is programmed according to the Matlab7. The calculations to IEEE-RTS79 test system which wind farm model added is carried out. The reliability index from calculated examples show the value of wind power, and will provide the valuable reference for wind farm operation and planning.

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Sustainable Power Generation and Supply, 2009. SUPERGEN '09. International Conference on

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6-7 April 2009

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