Title: The sensitivity of the process of optimal decisions making in electrical networks with renewable energy sources
Authors: Lezhniuk, Petr
Komar, Vyacheslav
Rubanenko, Olena
Ostra, Natalia
Citation: LEZHNIUK, P., KOMAR, V., RUBANENKO, O., OSTRA, N. The sensitivity of the process of optimal decisions making in electrical networks with renewable energy sources. Przeglad Elektrotechniczny, 2020, roč. 96, č. 10, s. 32-38. ISSN 0033-2097.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Wydawnictwo SIGMA
Document type: článek
URI: 2-s2.0-85092178904
ISSN: 0033-2097
Keywords in different language: bulk power system;renewable energy;automated control system;sensitivity;theory of similarity;relative units
Abstract in different language: Are showed the necessity of the functioning of control automatization systems of conditions of bulk power system with renewable energy sources (RES) by taking into account the sensitivity. It is advisable to carry out optimal control of the bulk power system by introducing control parameters into the optimality (insensitivity) area. The permissible deviation range of the control parameters from their optimal values is determined by the solution of the direct and reverse sensitivity of the task. The direct and indirect tasks of the sensitivity can and should be solved in relative units using similarity theory methods. Showed that in this case the limits of the permissible optimality range are determined analytically. Comparing the allowable values of the optimality of the individual control parameters, it is possible to rank them and set the appropriate order and intensity of their actions. This makes it possible to compensate for the disturbances in the bulk power system that are carried out due to the instability of RES generation, in the most rational way.
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