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 EPE  Vol.5 No.4 B , July 2013
Rolling Generation Dispatch Based on Ultra-short-term Wind Power Forecast
Abstract: The power systems economic and safety operation considering large-scale wind power penetration are now facing great challenges, which are based on reliable power supply and predictable load demands in the past. A rolling generation dispatch model based on ultra-short-term wind power forecast was proposed. In generation dispatch process, the model rolling correct not only the conventional units power output but also the power from wind farm, simultaneously. Second order Markov chain model was utilized to modify wind power prediction error state (WPPES) and update forecast results of wind power over the remaining dispatch periods. The prime-dual affine scaling interior point method was used to solve the proposed model that taken into account the constraints of multi-periods power balance, unit output adjustment, up spinning reserve and down spinning reserve.
Cite this paper: Q. Xu and C. Deng, "Rolling Generation Dispatch Based on Ultra-short-term Wind Power Forecast," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4, 2013, pp. 630-635. doi: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B122.
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