International Conference on Software Technology and Engineering (ICSTE 2012)
5 Implementation of an Optimization Model for Wind Power Penetration
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This paper deals with the wind penetration of power generating systems. The wind energy shared in the grid is designed as an optimization model which is formulated as a Linear Programming Problem (LPP) with respect to various control parameters in the power system. The objective of this model is to obtain the maximum load utility period over the time interval. Lagrangian Decomposition (LD) model gives the optimum solution of the LPP model which is obtained by Lagrangian Relation (LR) technique. This LD model gives the maximum wind energy shared in the grid using the generated active power out put from the wind farms. Based on the numerical calculations and graphical representations, the optimum value is achieved by LR technique. It is compared with the other optimization technique Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) and the results have been tested through IEEE 14 bus system. The maximum Wind power penetration is used to get the maximum load utility period which leads to the effective power distribution in the electrical system.