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Modelling of pumped-storage generation in sequential Monte Carlo production simulation

Modelling of pumped-storage generation in sequential Monte Carlo production simulation

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Power system planning inherently needs to consider all aspects of how a power system may be planned and operated to provide a reliable and economic supply of electrical energy. This includes the need to simulate generation production, particularly the appropriate co-ordination between thermal and hydrogeneration. One of the most difficult features of this is the incorporation of limited-energy pumped-storage hydrogeneration within such simulations. This paper describes a new approach for incorporating pumped-storage units using sequential Monte Carlo simulation. The scheduling is defined as a constrained optimisation problem using a network flow algorithm. The application and benefits of the proposed model are demonstrated using the IEEE reliability test system.

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