Solution techniques for transient stability-constrained optimal power flow - Part II
Transient stability-constrained optimal power flow is an important emerging problem with power systems pushed to the limits for economic benefits, dense and larger interconnected systems, and reduced inertia due to expected proliferation of renewable energy resources. In this study, two more approaches: single machine equivalent and computational intelligence are presented. Also discussed are various application areas, and future directions in this research area. A comprehensive resource for the available literature, publicly available test systems, and relevant numerical libraries is also provided.
|Journal||IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution|
Geng, G. (Guangchao), Abhyankar, S. (Shrirang), Wang, X, & Dinavahi, V. (Venkata). (2017). Solution techniques for transient stability-constrained optimal power flow - Part II. IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution, 11(12), 3186–3193. doi:10.1049/iet-gtd.2017.0346