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Large blackouts are typically caused by cascading failure propagating through a power system by means of a variety of processes. Because of the wide range of time scales, multiple interacting processes, and the huge number of possible interactions, the simulation and analysis of cascading blackouts is extremely complicated. This paper defines cascading(More)
  • Manho Joung
  • 2007 International Conference on Intelligent…
  • 2007
In this paper, we investigate how generators' ramp rate constraints may influence generators' equilibrium strategy formulation. In the market model, generators' ramp rate constraints are explicitly represented. In order to fully characterize the inter-temporal nature of the ramp rate constraints, a dynamic game model is presented. The subgame perfect Nash(More)
This paper investigates the ways in which an electricity capacity market design may encourage generators to exaggerate their available capacity. For concrete analysis, a simple two-player game model is introduced, focusing on two pure strategy Nash equilibria: an equilibrium at which generators offer their true capacities, and an equilibrium at which(More)
Acknowledgements None of this work would have been possible without the selfless assistance of a great number of people. I would like to express my most sincere gratitude to my advisor, Dr. Ross Baldick for his guidance, encouragement, support and great ideas throughout the whole process of my research. He is a wonderful mentor, and his commitment to(More)
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