Authors: Mohagheghi, E.
Gabash, A.
Li, P.
Editors: Kubis, Andreas
Rehtanz, Christian
Shapovalov, Anton
Hilbrich, Dominik
Plota, Ewa
Title: A Study of Uncertain Wind Power in Active-Reactive Optimal Power Flow
Language (ISO): en
Abstract: Wind power fluctuates with time and it is reasonable to regard it as a random variable. Recently, an active-reactive optimal power flow (A-R-OPF) method in active distribution networks with wind stations has been developed to handle the problem of wind power curtailment (WPC). Since the mentioned method is deterministic, it may fail to handle uncertain wind power (UWP). Therefore, our study in this paper will firstly discuss the issue of UWP and secondly develop a new strategy which can improve the A-R-OPF by considering UWP. The new strategy can be distinguished from the original so that: 1) it considers shorter time intervals, i.e., 15 minutes instead of one hour and 2) it can handle both UWP and WPC simultaneously. The effectiveness of the new strategy is shown by using a real case medium-voltage distribution network.
Subject Headings: active-reactive optimal power flow (A-R-OPF)
wind power curtailment (WPC)
uncertain wind power (UWP)
Issue Date: 2015-01-14
Is part of: Power and Energy Student Summit(PESS) 2015, January 13th-14th, Dortmund Germany
Appears in Collections:Power and Energy Student Summit (PESS) 2015

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