LINEAR PROGRAMMING VS. NETWORK FLOW METHODS APPLIED TO BULK POWER SUPPLY ADEQUACY ASSESSMENT.

K. A. Clements, G. C. Ejebe, B. F. Wollenberg

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Abstract

An important aspect of bulk power supply planning is the determination of system adequacy. Adequacy may be defined as the system's capability to meet system demand within major component ratings and in the presence of scheduled and unscheduled outages of generation and transmission components or facilities. A comparison of two bulk power supply adequacy assessment techniques is performed. The linear programming technique based on a dc load flow network model is compared with the more specialized network flow (max-flow/min-cut) technique which is based upon a transportation model for the network. Several bulk power supply adequacy indices are evaluated by each method and compared for a representative power network.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherIEEE
StatePublished - 1978
EventPap $-$ IEEE PES (Power Eng Soc) Winter Meet, Prepr - New York City, NY, USA
Duration: Jan 29 1978Feb 3 1978

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OtherPap $-$ IEEE PES (Power Eng Soc) Winter Meet, Prepr
CityNew York City, NY, USA
Period1/29/782/3/78

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    Clements, K. A., Ejebe, G. C., & Wollenberg, B. F. (1978). LINEAR PROGRAMMING VS. NETWORK FLOW METHODS APPLIED TO BULK POWER SUPPLY ADEQUACY ASSESSMENT. In Unknown Host Publication Title IEEE.