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Assessment of Reliability in the Distribution System of an Industrial Complex
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 Title & Authors
Assessment of Reliability in the Distribution System of an Industrial Complex
Choi, Sang-Bong;
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 Abstract
As the power industry moves towards open competition, there has been a need for methodology to evaluate distribution power system reliability by using customer interruption costs, particularly in power supply zones under the competitive electricity market. This paper presents an algorithm to evaluate system average interruption duration index, expected energy not supplied, and system outage cost taking into consideration failure rate of the distribution facility and industrial customer interruption cost. Also, to apply this algorithm to evaluate system outage cost presented in this paper, the distribution arrangement of a dual supply system consisting of mostly high voltage customers in an industrial complex in Korea is used as a sample case study. Finally, evaluation results of system interruption cost, system average interruption duration index, and expected energy not supplied in the sample industrial complex area are shown in detail.
 Keywords
Competitive Electricity Market;Failure Rate;Industrial complex;System Expected Energy Outage Cost;System Interruption Cost;System Average Interruption Duration Index;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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Reliability Evaluation of Customers in a Microgrid, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 2008, 23, 3, 1416  crossref(new windwow)
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