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Energy Transportation Modeling

  • Kenji Yamaji
  • Takeo Imanaka
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Part of the Alliance for Global Sustainability Bookseries book series (AGSB, volume 4)

Abstract

Energy systems depend on transportation to deliver fuel to power plants and to convey energy commodities to their consumers. For this reason, the development of the infrastructure for energy transportation is an essential part of energy planning. The authors of this chapter used a modeling approach in preparing an analysis of electric power system in Shandong province, taking account of the fuel transportation and the power transmission. This is the third approach for energy modeling effort in CETP, which complements the two approaches described in Chapter 5 and Chapter 6.

Keywords

Control Zone Integrate Gasification Combine Cycle Combustion Turbine Power Transmission Network System Peak Load 
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  • Kenji Yamaji
  • Takeo Imanaka

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