Skip to main content
Article thumbnail
Location of Repository

Short-term generation scheduling in a hydrothermal power system.

By Min Xiong
Topics: Water-power Energy conservation Energy conservation Mathematical statistics Operations research
Year: 1990
OAI identifier: oai:etheses.dur.ac.uk:1182
Provided by: Durham e-Theses

Suggested articles

Citations

  1. (1972). (EDITOR) "Real-time control of electric power systems. "
  2. (1980). (EDITORS) "Nonlinear Optimization: Theory and algorithms. ", Birkhauser
  3. (1983). A comprehensive generation control and dispatch system for an electric utility with special requirements. " doi
  4. (1986). A cross decomposition algorithm for capacitated facility location", doi
  5. (1982). A decomposition approach to the economic dispatch of hydrothermal systems. doi
  6. A dynamic programming successive approximations technique with convergence proofs. Part 1. Description of the method and application. doi
  7. (1987). A fast production scheduler for generation expansion planning in a hydro-thermal system. ", doi
  8. (1989). A fue I-const rained unit commitment method. " ,
  9. (1983). A global optimization method for scheduling thermal generation, hydro generation and economy purchases. ", doi
  10. (1986). A hydro-thermal scheduling model for the Hydro-Quebec production system. ", doi
  11. (1990). A large scale application of an optimal deterministic hydrothermal scheduling algorithm. ", doi
  12. (1985). A linear programming method for unit commitment incorporating generator configurations, reserve and flow constraints. " doi
  13. (1964). A method for economic scheduling of a combined pumped hydro and steam generating system. ", doi
  14. (1987). A method for solving the fuel constrained unit commitment problem. ", doi
  15. (1989). A method to eliminate solution trapping in applying progressive optimality principle to short-term hydrothermal scheduling", doi
  16. A new algorithm for the solution of multi-state dynamic programming problems. doi
  17. (1990). A new generation scheduling program at Ontario hydro",
  18. (1983). A new method for unit commitment at Electricite de France. ", doi
  19. (1984). A new strategic model for electric utilities. " doi
  20. (1981). A nonlinear network flow algorithm for maximization of benefits in a hydro-electric power system. doi
  21. (1974). A nonlinear programming approach to a very large hydroelectric system optimization", doi
  22. (1989). A novel approach for optimal short-term scheduling of hydroelectric systems",
  23. (1986). A probabilistic production costing methodology for seasonal operations planning of a large hydro and thermal power system. ", doi
  24. (1983). A reduced gradient algorithm for nonlinear network problems", doi
  25. (1976). A simulation model for operating a multipurpose multireservoir system. " doi
  26. (1985). A solution of the unit commitment problem via decomposition and dynamic programming. " doi
  27. A sparsity-exploiting variant of the Bartels-Golub decomposition for linear programming basis", doi
  28. A study of mathematical programming methods for structual optimization. Part II: Numerical results. doi
  29. (1988). A two-year assessment of the computerized operational-planning program at doi
  30. (1980). Algorithms for network programming", doi
  31. (1989). An adaptive approach for hydrothermal scheduling. ", IFAC
  32. (1985). An algorithm for scheduling a large pumped storage plant. ", doi
  33. (1986). An algorithm for the optimal operation of hydro and hydro-thermal generation systems. ",
  34. An application of dynamic programming to economic operation problem of a power system. ",
  35. (1977). An application of Lagrangain relaxation to scheduling in power generation systems", doi
  36. (1968). An application of mixed integer programming duality to scheduling thermal generation system", doi
  37. (1966). An application of the maximum principle to the most economical operation of power systems. doi
  38. (1987). An efficient hydro-thermal scheduling algorithm. ",
  39. (1961). An out-of-kilter method for minimal cost flow problem" doi
  40. APPENDIX 1 GOLDEN SECTION SEARCH The golden section search method will search on a predefined interval [a, b] for the minimum Point of a unimodal function f(x). The process can be stated as follows: Set
  41. (1967). Application of dynamic programming to optimisation of hydroelectric/steam power system operation. doi
  42. (1970). Application of dynamic programming to the optimal dispatching of electric power from multiple types of generation",
  43. (1984). Application of mathematical programming to short-term operation planning of hydrothermal power systems", Ph-D Thesis, The Royal Institute of Technology,
  44. (1986). Application of progressive optimality algorithm to optimal hydrothermal scheduling considering deterministic and stochastic data. ", doi
  45. (1962). Applied dynamic programming", doi
  46. (1983). Applying mathematical programmirng to measure electricity marginal costs. " doi
  47. (1989). Assessment of spinning reserve in interconnected generation systems with export/import constraints", doi
  48. (1983). Bibliography of literature on steam turbine-generator control systems. " doi
  49. (1976). Bibliography on pumped storage to 1975. "
  50. (1984). Ccoptimal short-term planning of hydro-thermal power system. Part 1: Modelling. Part II: Solution techniques. ", doi
  51. (1986). CHT: A digital computer package for solving short term hydro-thermal coordination and unit commitment problems. ", doi
  52. (1989). Combination of Lagrangianrelaxation and linear-programming approaches for fuel-constrained unitcommitment problems",
  53. (1970). Composite representation of a multireservoir hydroelectric power system. ", doi
  54. (1987). Continuous solution simulation in the short-term hydrothermal coordination problem. ", doi
  55. Cross decomposition for mixed-ieteger programming",
  56. Daily management of a nuclear and conventional thermal power system unit commitment with simultaneous determination of the adequate spinning reserve. " CIGREIIFAC Sympos? 'um,
  57. (1985). Daily operational planning : How does EDF coordinate its thermal and hydraulic generation. ", IFAC,
  58. Decision analysis solution of the unit commitment problem. doi
  59. (1983). Decisionmaking tools for real-time control of the French EHV power system. doi
  60. (1980). Decomposition approach to problem of unit commitment schedule for hydrothermal systems. ", doi
  61. (1985). Derivation and applications of optimum bus incremental costs in power system operation and planning. " doi
  62. (1981). Description and bibliography of major economy-security functions. Part I- Descriptions. Part II - Bibliography (1959-1972). Part III - Bibliography (1973-1979) "7 doi
  63. (1982). Development and application of linear programming planning methods for pumped storage hydro. " doi
  64. (1985). Dispatch and unit commitment including commonly owned units. " doi
  65. (1968). Duality and decomposition in mathematical programming", doi
  66. (1971). Duality in Nonlinear progranuning: A simplified applications-oriented development", doi
  67. (1965). Dynamic programming and modern control theory",
  68. Dynamic programming applications to water resource system operation and planning", doi
  69. (1976). Dynamic programming applied to hydro and thermal generation scheduling",
  70. (1987). Dynamic programming approach to unit commitment. ", doi
  71. (1957). Dynamic programming", doi
  72. (1985). Economic dispatch of active power by quadratic programming using a sparse linear complementary algorithm. " doi
  73. (1986). Effects of hydrodynamics on optimum scheduling of thermal-hydro power systems. " , doi
  74. (1988). Efficient methods for optimal scheduling of fixed head hydrothermal power systems. doi
  75. (1984). Electrical features of the Wallace Dam pumped hydro project. " doi
  76. Electricity capacity planning using mathematical decomposition", Discussion Paper, London Business School,
  77. (1970). Elements of large-scale mathematical programming. Part I: Concepts, Part II: Synthesis of algorithms and bibliography", doi
  78. (1988). Entropy-based optimum sizing of trusses. ", doi
  79. (1981). Evaluation of dynamic programming based methods and multiple area representation for thermal unit commitments. ", doi
  80. (1981). Execution times of MIP models for the economic operation of electric power systems. ", PSCC
  81. (1985). Fuel resource scheduling - The daily scheduling problem. " doi
  82. (1984). Fuel resource scheduling, Part I- Overview of an energy management problem. " doi
  83. Generalized Benders Decomposition", doi
  84. (1984). Generation cost curves including energy storage. " doi
  85. (1987). Generation expansion planning for systems with a high share of hydro power. doi
  86. (1987). Genetic algorithms and simulated annealing", doi
  87. (1960). Hydro-thermal economic scheduling. Part I: Solution by incremental dynamic programming. ",
  88. (1977). Hydroelectric plant capability curves", doi
  89. (1963). Hydrothermal economic scheduling. Part V: Scheduling a hydrothermal system with interconnections. ", doi
  90. (1990). Hydrothermal unit commitment with probabilistic constraints", doi
  91. (1984). Impact of new energy technologies on generation scheduling. " doi
  92. (1989). Implementation of a Lagrangian relaxation based unit commitment problem", doi
  93. (1974). Influence of hydro plant design or regulating and reserve response capacity", doi
  94. (1973). Introduction to linear and nonlinear programming", doi
  95. (1987). Lagrangian reduction of searchrange for large-scale unit commitment. ", doi
  96. Lagrangian relaxation for integer programming", doi
  97. Large scale hydrothermal unit cormnitment: Methods and results. "
  98. (1974). Large scale nonlinear optimization of energy capability for the Pacific Northwest Hydroelectric system. ", doi
  99. (1986). Large scale unit commitment using a composite thermal generator operating cost function",
  100. (1982). Layered network model approach to optimal daily hydro, scheduling. ", doi
  101. (1977). Linear programming and network flows" , doi
  102. (1980). Long-term, mid-term, and short-term fuel scheduling",
  103. (1974). Managerial decentralization and decomposition in mathematical programming", doi
  104. (1984). Marginal cost method for deterministic hydro scheduling. ", doi
  105. (1975). Mathematical Programming Study 3: Nondifferentiable Optimization. ", The Mathemat: 'eal Programming Society, doi
  106. (1979). Mathematical programming: Structure and algorithms"
  107. Minimization of unsmooth functionals", doi
  108. Modeling and resolution of the mediumterm energy generation planning problem for a hydroelectric system",
  109. (1980). Network constrained reactive power control using linear programming. " doi
  110. (1984). Network flow linear programming techniques and their application to fuel scheduling and contingency analysis. " doi
  111. (1986). Network programming applied to operation planning of hydrothermal systems", Ph. D Thesis, The Royal Institute of Technology,
  112. (1979). Nonlinear programming: Theory and algorithms", doi
  113. (1978). Numerical methods for unconstrained optimization: An introduction. " Van Nostrand Reinhold Company,
  114. (1987). On the application of functional analysis to the optimization of the production of hydroelectric power. ", doi
  115. (1987). On-line active power dispatch using a dynamic programming loss minimizing technique. " Internal Report.,
  116. (1984). On-line computer control of electric power systems. " 8th PSCC Helsinkz*.,
  117. (1981). On-line economic control of the Iberduero, hydro thermal systems. ", PSCC
  118. (1977). Operating cost calculation of an electric power generating system under incremental loading procedure. " doi
  119. (1984). Operation planning of largescale hydroelectric system",
  120. (1982). Optimal coordinating policies of pumped hydrostorage plants in the presence of uncertainty. " doi
  121. (1979). Optimal economic operation of electric power systems", doi
  122. (1987). Optimal generation planning for a thermal system with pumped-storage based on analytical production - 311 - costing model. ", doi
  123. (1980). Optimal generation scheduling of hydrothermal power systems. ", doi
  124. Optimal hydro scheduling at the Bonneville power administration", doi
  125. (1985). Optimal hydrothermal coordination for multiple reservoir river systems. doi
  126. (1981). Optimal hydrothermal scheduling with cascaded plants using progressive optimality algorithm. " doi
  127. (1987). Optimal long-range generation expansion planning for hydro-thermal system based on analytical production costing model. ", doi
  128. (1989). Optimal long-term unit commitment in large-scale power systems including fuel constrained thermal and pumped-storage hydro. " , doi
  129. (1979). Optimal operation of a multireservoir hydro-steam power system. ", Large Scale Systems Engineering Applications,
  130. (1980). Optimal operation of multireservoir power systems with stochastic inflows. doi
  131. (1985). Optimal operation of multireservoir systems using an aggregation-decomposition approach. ", doi
  132. (1988). Optimal operation of variable head hydro-thermal systems using the Glimn-Kirchmayer model and the Newton-Raphson method. ", doi
  133. (1988). Optimal operational planning for a hydroelectric generation system. ", Research report, doi
  134. (1983). Optimal operations planning in a large hydro-thermal power system. ", doi
  135. (1986). Optimal parameter estimation for hydro-plant performance models in economic operation studies. ", doi
  136. Optimal real and reactive power operation in a hydrothermal system. " doi
  137. (1971). Optimal scheduling of hydro-thermal power systems by a decomposition technique using perturbations. ", doi
  138. Optimal scheduling of hydrothermal power systems. ", doi
  139. Optimal scheduling of large hydrothermal power systems. doi
  140. (1982). Optimal scheduling of large scale hydrothermal power systems" doi
  141. (1986). Optimal short term operation planning of a large hydrothermal power system based on a nonlinear network flow concept. ", doi
  142. (1981). Optimal short-term hydro scheduling from the principle of progressive optimality. doi
  143. (1984). Optimal short-term operation planning of hydroelectric power system, " Lecture note presented at the TIMS XXVI I. nternational meeting of the Institute of Management Sciences,
  144. (1983). Optimal short-term operation planning of hydroelectric power system", Licentiate Thesis, The Royal Institute of Technology,
  145. (1989). Optimal short-term scheduling of a hydroelectric power system ",
  146. (1983). Optimal short-term scheduling of large-scale power systems. ", doi
  147. (1976). Optimal short-term thermal unit commitment. ", doi
  148. (1971). Optimal thermal generating unit commitment. " doi
  149. (1984). Optimisation methods for economic dispatch in electric power systems. " doi
  150. (1983). Optimization of hydroelectric power system operation",
  151. Optimization of shortterm scheduling of EDF hydraulic valleys with coupling constraints : The Ovide Model. ", PSCC
  152. (1970). Optimization theory for large systems", doi
  153. (1969). Optimization theory with applications",
  154. Partitioning procedures for solving mixed-variables programming problems", doi
  155. (1982). Performance evaluation of parameter estimation algorithms for economic operation of power systems. " doi
  156. (1984). Power generation, operation and control",
  157. (1978). Power system control. ", IEE, Peter Peregrinus Ltd,
  158. (1981). Practical optimization. " doi
  159. (1982). Principles of dynamic progra=ing",
  160. (1988). Relaxation methods for minimum cost ordinary and generalized network flow problems", doi
  161. (1971). Security constrained unit commitment. " doi
  162. (1983). Security constraints in short-term planning of hydroelectric power systems",
  163. (1986). Semirigorous thermal unit commitment for large scale electrical power systems. doi
  164. (1977). Sensitivity analysis of optimum operation of hydro-thermal plants. " doi
  165. (1972). Short range hydro optimization by the Pontryagin maximum principle.
  166. (1988). Short term generation scheduling with security constraints. ", doi
  167. (1989). Short term hydrothermal coordination using multi-pass dynamic programming", doi
  168. (1983). Short term optimization of thermal power systems. " Ph-D Thest*s,
  169. (1969). Short-range optimization of a hydro-thermal system by a gradient method combined with linear programming. ", PSCCProc.
  170. (1989). Short-term hydrothermal scheduling, detailed model and solutions" doi
  171. (1983). Short-term optimal operation of a hydro-electric power systems",
  172. (1985). Short-term scheduling of large hydroelectric power system", IFAC
  173. (1981). Short-term scheduling of multireservoir hydroelectric power systems.
  174. (1988). Short-term scheduling of thermal-electric generators using Lagrangian relaxation", doi
  175. (1988). Simulation model for optimising energy allocation to hydro-electric and thermal plants in a mixedt hermal/hydro- electric power system", doi
  176. (1981). Solution of large-scale optimal unit commitment problems", doi
  177. (1990). Solution of the unit commitment problem by the method of unit periods. doi
  178. (1989). Special issue: Operational methodologies. ",
  179. (1985). Stochastic long-term hydrothermal optimization for a multireservoir system. ", doi
  180. (1980). Stochastic optimization and modelling of large hydrothermal systems for long-term regulation. " doi
  181. (1980). Survey of nonlinear programming applications", doi
  182. (1978). Systems: Decomposition, optimization and control",
  183. (1985). The continuation method in power system optimization : Applications to economy security functions. " doi
  184. (1961). The decomposition algorithm for linear programs", doi
  185. (1986). The hydrothermal optimal load flow: a practical formulation and solution techniques using Newtons's approach. ", doi
  186. (1981). The Lagrangian relaxation method for solving integer programming problems. doi
  187. (1962). The mathematical theory of optimal processes", Interscience PubliShers,
  188. (1986). The optimal economic operation of a hydro-thermal generation system. ", Research Report,
  189. (1986). The short-term scheduling of a hydro-thermal electricity generating system. ", Working Paper,
  190. (1990). Thermal generator scheduling algorithm based on heuristic-guided depth-first search. " doi
  191. (1988). Towards a more rigorous and practical unit commitment by Lagrangian relaxation", doi
  192. (1990). Unit commitment by simulated annealing", doi
  193. (1984). Unit commitment in a thermal generation system with multiple pumped storage power stations. doi
  194. (1980). Unit commitment of thermal generation" doi
  195. (1983). Using a unit commitment program to coordinate power transactions with internal system generation. ", doi
  196. Validation of subgradient doi

To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.