Composite Reliability Evaluation of Load Demand Side Management and Dynamic Thermal Rating Systems
AbstractElectric power utilities across the globe are facing higher demand for electricity than ever before, while juggling to balance environmental conservation with transmission corridor expansions. Demand side management (DSM) and dynamic thermal rating systems (DTR) play an important role in alleviating some of the challenges faced by electric power utilities. In this paper, various DSM measures are explored and their interactions with the application of the DTR system in the transmission network are examined. The proposed modelling of DSM in this paper implements load shifting on load demand curves from the system, bus and load sector levels. The correlation effects of line ratings are considered in the DTR system modelling as the weather that influences line ratings is also correlated. The modelling of the line ratings was performed using the time series method, the auto regressive moving average (ARMA) model. Both the DSM and the DTR systems were implemented on the modified IEEE reliability test network. The modification was achieved by developing a load model starting from the perspective of the load sectors at each bus and a new collective hourly load curve for the system was obtained by combining the loads at all buses. Finally, the results in this paper elucidate the interaction of DSM and DTR systems. View Full-Text
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Teh, J.; Ooi, C.A.; Cheng, Y.-H.; Atiqi Mohd Zainuri, M.A.; Lai, C.-M. Composite Reliability Evaluation of Load Demand Side Management and Dynamic Thermal Rating Systems. Energies 2018, 11, 466.
Teh J, Ooi CA, Cheng Y-H, Atiqi Mohd Zainuri MA, Lai C-M. Composite Reliability Evaluation of Load Demand Side Management and Dynamic Thermal Rating Systems. Energies. 2018; 11(2):466.Chicago/Turabian Style
Teh, Jiashen; Ooi, Chia A.; Cheng, Yu-Huei; Atiqi Mohd Zainuri, Muhammad A.; Lai, Ching-Ming. 2018. "Composite Reliability Evaluation of Load Demand Side Management and Dynamic Thermal Rating Systems." Energies 11, no. 2: 466.
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