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A U.S. Energy System Model for Disruption Analysis: Evaluating the Effects of 2005 Hurricanes

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2 Author(s)
Gil, E.M. ; Univ. Tec. Federico Santa Maria, Valparaiso, Chile ; McCalley, J.D.

We refer to the national infrastructure necessary to provide electric energy in the U.S. as the National Electric Energy System (NEES). It includes the three primary energy production and transportation subsystems: electric, natural gas, and coal. In order to facilitate the study of very large-scale disruptions within the NEES, we have developed a multiperiod network flow model able to simulate the movements of bulk energy flows through the network and represent large-scale disruptions on critical infrastructure. This paper describes the model with focus on special features necessary to analyze large-scale disruptions. In order to validate our approach, we have collected disruption data following the 2005 Gulf-coast Hurricanes Katrina and Rita and then incorporated these data into the model. By comparing the results with and without the hurricanes, the additional operational costs as a result of them are estimated to be $10.5 billion from September to December 2005.

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Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Aug. 2011

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