Probabilistic Approach to Optimizing Active and Reactive Power Flow in Wind Farms Considering Wake Effects

@inproceedings{Lyu2013ProbabilisticAT,
  title={Probabilistic Approach to Optimizing Active and Reactive Power Flow in Wind Farms Considering Wake Effects},
  author={Jae-Kun Lyu and Jae-Haeng Heo and Jong-keun Park and Y. C. Kang},
  year={2013}
}
This paper presents a novel probabilistic optimization algorithm for simultaneous active and reactive power dispatch in power systems with significant wind power integration. Two types of load and wind-speed uncertainties have been assumed that follow normal and Weibull distributions, respectively. A PV bus model for wind turbines and the wake effect for correlated wind speed are used to achieve accurate AC power flow analysis. The power dispatch algorithm for a wind-power integrated system is… CONTINUE READING
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