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Integrated Generation and Transmission Expansion Planning Using Generalized Bender’s Decomposition Method
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Integrated Generation and Transmission Expansion Planning Using Generalized Bender’s Decomposition Method
Kim, Hyoungtae; Lee, Sungwoo; Kim, Wook;
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 Abstract
A novel integrated optimization method based on the Generalized Bender’s Decomposition (GBD) is proposed to combine both generation and transmission expansion problems. Most of existing researches on the integrated expansion planning based on the GBD theory incorporate DC power flow model to guarantee the convergence and improve the computation time. Inherently the GBD algorithm based on DC power flow model cannot consider variables and constraints related bus voltages and reactive power. In this paper, an integrated optimization method using the GBD algorithm based on a linearized AC power flow model is proposed to resolve aforementioned drawback. The proposed method has been successfully applied to Garver’s six-bus system and the IEEE 30-bus system which are frequently used power systems for transmission expansion planning studies.
 Keywords
Generation expansion planning;Transmission expansion planning;Integrated optimization;AC power flow model;Generalized Bender’s Decomposition;
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English
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