|Title:||Power System Restoration Planning With Transient Stability|
|Date:||May 27, 2015 (Wednesday)|
|Time:||11:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon|
|Venue:||Room 121, 1/F, Ho Sin-hang Engineering Building,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
|Speaker:||Terrence W.K. Mak
College of Engineering & Computer Science
The Australian National University
National ICT Australia
Our research project considers the restoration of electrical power systems after a significant disruption due to natural disasters such as hurricanes, and earthquakes. In this work, we focus on ensuring the stability of the grid with respect to transient effects that occur during the first few seconds following a restoration action. The problem can be modeled as a nonlinear program with differential equations describing the short-term reaction of power generators. In this work, we identify critical constraints that guarantee transient stability after a line switching. If the current configuration is unstable, we propose an optimization model allowing to find the closest stable state with respect to the original restoration plan.
Terrence W.K. Mak is a PhD candidate in the College of Engineering & Computer Science at The Australian National University (ANU) and is affiliated with National ICT Australia (NICTA). He works in the Energy Systems Team within the Optimisation Research Group at NICTA. His general research interests are: Constraint Programming, Mix-Integer Linear Programming, and Nonlinear Programming. He obtained his B.Sc (1st Hon.) and M.Phil from The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
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