JPEE  Vol.2 No.4 , April 2014
Optimal Resources Dispatching Technology of Distribution Network Rush-Repairing
Abstract: Confronted with the requirement of higher efficiency and higher quality of distribution network fault rush-repair, the subject addressed in this paper is the optimal resource dispatching issue of the distribution network rush-repair when single resource center cannot meet the emergent resource demands. A multi-resource and multi-center dispatching model is established with the objective of “the shortest repair start-time” and “the least number of the repair centers”. The optimal and worst solutions of each objective are both obtained, and a “proximity degree method” is used to calculate the optimal resource dispatching plan. The feasibility of the proposed algorithm is illustrated by an example of a distribution network fault. The proposed method provides a practical technique for efficiency improvement of fault rush-repair work of distribution network, and thus mostly abbreviates power recovery time and improves the management level of the distribution network.
Cite this paper: Zhang, C. , Chen, X. , Xiong, X. , Zhou, J. and Zhang, W. (2014) Optimal Resources Dispatching Technology of Distribution Network Rush-Repairing. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 2, 457-462. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2014.24061.

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