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Application of deterministic-probabilistic (D-P)criterion to bulk electric system planning
Bulk electric system reliability assessment is an important activity in both vertically integrated and unbundled electric power utilities. The conventional deterministic N-1 criterion normally used in bulk electric system ...
Deterministic/probabilistic evaluation in composite system planning
The reliability of supply in a bulk electricity system is directly related to the availability of the generation and transmission facilities. In a conventional vertically integrated system these facilities are usually owned ...
Bulk system reliability evaluation in a deregulated power industry
The basic function of an electric power system is to supply its customers with electric energy as economically as possible and with a reasonable degree of continuity and quality. Power system reliability evaluation techniques ...
Incorporating substation and switching station related outages in composite system reliability evaluation
This thesis presents the development of a new method for incorporating station related outages in composite or bulk system reliability analysis. Station related failures can cause multiple component outages that can propagate ...
MODELING COMPRESSED AIR ENERGY STORAGE FOR RELIABILITY STUDIES OF SUSTAINABLE POWER SYSTEMS
Environmental concerns arising from the conventional generating sources have resulted in extensive growth of renewable energy sources (RES) such as wind and solar. The inherent variability and uncertainty of RES introduce ...
Reliability Evaluation of Hydropower Dominant Power Systems
Hydropower is an efficient and clean way to produce electricity as it does not require fuel and does not contribute to green house gas emissions. Hydropower has increased rapidly in the past few years and is expected to ...