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|Title:||A CHRONOLOGICAL COMPOSITE SYSTEM ADEQUACY ASSESSMENT CONSIDERING NON-DISPATHABLE RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES AND THEIR INTEGRATION STRATEGIES|
|Authors:||Leonel Magalhães Carvalho|
Ricardo Jorge Ferreira
|Abstract:||Many studies addressing the effect of wind power integration strategies on the system adequacy assessment have been made, only concerning the generation point of view and usually disregarding the effect of the transmission network. On the other hand, studies considering the transmission network usually have ignored the effect of wind power integration strategies, focusing only on capturing the time dependent nature of this type of renewable energy source. Therefore, this work presents a chronological Monte Carlo simulation approach that assesses the system adequacy of composite systems generation and transmission)considering non-dispatchable and dispatchable renewable energy production (wind and hydro, respectively). Case studies involving the IEEE-RTS 79 and modified versions of this system are presented and discussed as didactic examples.|
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