Scheduling of Generation and Reserve Margin Using Dynamic and Linear Programming

@article{Waight1981SchedulingOG,
  title={Scheduling of Generation and Reserve Margin Using Dynamic and Linear Programming},
  author={James Waight and Farrokh Albuyeh and Anjan Bose},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems},
  year={1981},
  volume={PAS-100},
  pages={2226-2230}
}
It has become common practice to schedule generation over time by using dynamic programming techniques that compare the economic dispatch of different combinations of generating units at one hour intervals. Recently, a linear programming technique for economic dispatch has been developed that optimally dispatches generation such that reserve margins and ramp rate constraints are also met at minimum cost. This paper presents a method that combines these dynamic and linear programming techniques… CONTINUE READING

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