The rapid deployment of gas-fired generating units makes the power system more vulnerable to failures in the natural gas system. To reduce the risk of gas system failure and to guarantee the security of power system operation, it is necessary to take the security constraints of natural gas pipelines into account in the day-ahead power generation scheduling model. However, the minute- and hour-level dynamic characteristics of gas systems prevents an accurate decision-making simply with the steady-state gas flow model. Although the partial differential equations depict the dynamics of gas flow accurately, they are hard to be embedded into the power system scheduling model, which consists of algebraic equations and inequations. This paper addresses this dilemma by proposing an algebraic transient model of natural gas network which is similar to the branch-node model of power network. Based on the gas flow model, the day-ahead power system scheduling model is then proposed with the solution technique of successive linear programming and Benders decomposition. Tests are conducted to prove the effectiveness of the proposed models.
|Conference|| 2017 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting|
|Period||16/07/2017 → 20/07/2017|
|Series||Ieee Power and Energy Society General Meeting|