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Opposition Based Differential Evolution Algorithm for Dynamic Economic Emission Load Dispatch (EELD) with Emission Constraints and Valve Point Effects
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Opposition Based Differential Evolution Algorithm for Dynamic Economic Emission Load Dispatch (EELD) with Emission Constraints and Valve Point Effects
Thenmalar, K.; Ramesh, S.; Thiruvenkadam, S.;
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 Abstract
Optimal Power dispatch is the short-term decision of the optimal output of a number of power generation facilities, to meet the system demand, with the objective of Power dispatching at the lowest possible cost, subject to transmission lines power loss and operational constraints. The operational constraint includes power balance constraint, generator limit constraint, and emission dispatch constraint and valve point effects. In this paper, Opposition based Differential Evolution Algorithm (ODEA) has been proposed to handle the objective function and the operational constraints simultaneously. Furthermore, the valve point loading effects and transmission lines power loss are also considered for the efficient and effective Power dispatch. The ODEA has unique features such as self tuning of its control parameters, self acceleration and migration for searching. As a result, it requires very minimum executions compared with other searching strategies. The effectiveness of the algorithm has been validated through four standard test cases and compared with previous studies. The proposed method out performs the previous methods.
 Keywords
Economic load dispatch;Economic emission dispatch;Differential evolution;Optimization;Valve point effect;etc.;
 Language
English
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