• Computer Science
  • Published 2017

Using Demand Response to Shape the Fast Dynamics of the Bulk Power Network

@inproceedings{Koorehdavoudi2017UsingDR,
  title={Using Demand Response to Shape the Fast Dynamics of the Bulk Power Network},
  author={Kasra Koorehdavoudi and Mengqi Yao and Johanna L. Mathieu},
  year={2017}
}
Demand-side strategies for shaping the fast dynamics of the bulk power transmission network are explored. Specifically, the design of demand response strategies is pursued, with the aim of modulating the network’s operating point so as to achieve desirable small-signal characteristics. The design problem is posed as an optimization problem wherein the total demand responsive load is held constant but shifted between different buses, to maximize a performance metric which captures disturbance… CONTINUE READING

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