Graham Dudgeon, MathWorks
As part of ensuring electrical power system reliability, regulatory authorities require that the electrical system meet defined system performance requirements under various contingency conditions. N-1-1 contingency conditions permit the system operator to perform system adjustments following an N-1 contingency, in order to secure the system prior to a subsequent N-1 contingency.
This webinar demonstrates how Optimization Toolbox and Parallel Computing Toolbox can be used for performing automated N-1-1 contingency analysis, security constrained optimal power flow, and calculation of nodal prices. The workflow will be demonstrated through application of DC power flow on an example system containing 3000+ buses, 7000+ transmission lines, 500+ generators, and over one million combinations of N-1-1 contingency conditions.
It will then be demonstrated how a Simultaneous Feasibility Test (SFT) with a given Financial Transmission Right (FTR) proration strategy may be implemented within the constrained optimization framework.
About the presenter:
Graham Dudgeon: Graham is the energy production industry marketing manager at MathWorks. Graham received an M.Eng. (Distinction) in avionics and a Ph.D. in multivariable control from the University of Glasgow, U.K., in 1993 and 1997 respectively.
Recorded: 16 July 2012