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Economic Power Generation Strategy for Wind Integrated Large Power Network Using Heat Transfer Search Algorithm

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Abstract

This writing presents the complicated economic dispatch (ED) problem with wind power integration. A large power system is considered to unfold the efficacy of the suggested methodology for cumbersome ED problems with the disallowed workable county, valve-point effect, under and over-estimation constraints of wind generators. The problem has been solved using heat transfer search (HTS) algorithm. It incorporates the laws of thermodynamics alongside heat transfer. Test results achieved through the suggested method for the ED problem have been matched up with that achieved through other stated evolutionary methods. The proposed HTS technique gives superior solutions for the considered problem to those given by the established techniques.

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This research is funded by Dept. of Higher Education, MHRD India, as RUSA 2.0 scheme and PURSE-II program, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.

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Hazra, A., Das, S., Laddha, A. et al. Economic Power Generation Strategy for Wind Integrated Large Power Network Using Heat Transfer Search Algorithm. J. Inst. Eng. India Ser. B (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40031-020-00427-y

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Keywords

  • Disallowed workable county
  • Economic dispatch
  • Heat transfer search algorithm
  • Multiple fuels
  • Valve-point effect
  • Wind power integration