Browsing by Subject "Differential evolution"
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Comparison of post outage bus voltage magnitudes estimated by harmony search and differential evolution methods Authors:
Publisher and Date:(2009)Contingency studies are indispensable tools of both the power system planning and operational studies. Real time implementation of operational problems makes necessary the use of high speed computational methods while requiring reasonable accuracies. On the other hand, accuracy of the results and the speed of calculation depend on branch outage modeling as well as solution algorithm used. This paper presents a comparison of post outage bus voltage magnitudes calculated by two meta-heuristic ...
Publisher and Date:(2011)Power system operators need to check the system security by contingency analysis which requires power flow solutions repeatedly. AC power flow is computationally slow even for a moderately sized system. Thus fast and accurate outage models and approximated solutions have been developed. This paper adopts a single branch outage model to a double branch outage one. The final constrained optimization problem resulted from modeling is then solved by using differential evolution method. Simulation ...
Publisher and Date:(Elsevier Science, 2015)Energy management system operators perform regular outage simulations in order to ensure secure operation of power systems. AC power flow based outage simulations are not preferred because of insufficient computational speed. Hence several outage models and computational methods providing acceptable accuracy have been developed. On the other hand double branch outages are critical rare events which can result in cascading outages and system collapse. This paper presents a double branch outage model ...