Applications of mathematical programming techniques in optimal power flow problems Public Deposited

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  • In the past two decades, a great amount of attention has been paid to investigating the economic and safe operation of power systems using modern mathematical techniques. The classic economic dispatch problem, now often called the Optimal Power Flow problem, has been formulated as a mathematical optimization problem and has been solved using various kinds of mathematical programming techniques, such as nonlinear, quadratic, linear and dynamic programming. This paper presents some of these achievements. The nonlinear and quadratic programming techniques employed to solve the Optimal Power Flow problem are mainly studied. The use of the linear programming technique is considered. Using these new approaches, the application of the Optimal Power Flow is not restricted only to economical purposes for on-line real and reactive power control and voltage control but has been extended to include security considerations of power systems. Excellent work has been done to find Optimal Power Flow solutions. Various kinds of Optimal Power Flow programs have been commercially available. More work remains to be done to seek more reliable, faster solution algorithms.
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