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2022 ◽  
Vol 13 (1) ◽  
pp. 0-0

With the growing environmental depletion, the shift in the focus towards minimizing the emissions of gases released in the conventional generators and further incorporation of a cleaner alternate renewable source of energy such as wind or solar to the existing system is of utmost importance. The research paper aims to build an environmentally resilient electric power system. Real coded genetic algorithm- powerful optimization technique is employed to solve the dynamic combined economic emission dispatch i.e. DCEED strategy for two proposed algorithm. The first proposed DCEED algorithm includes fuel cost of only conventional generators while in the second algorithm along with conventional generators, wind powered generators with varying power output characteristic is added. A comparative analysis of both the algorithms in terms of total combined cost, emission level and fuel cost is taken into account and it is observed that in spite of wind uncertainty the proposed method is more economical.

2021 ◽  
pp. 1-14
Chenye Qiu ◽  
Ning Liu

This paper proposes a novel two layer differential evolutionary algorithm with multi-mutation strategy (TLDE) for solving the economic emission dispatch (EED) problem involving random wind power. In recent years, renewable energy such as wind power is more and more participated in the power systems to address the problems of fossil energy shortage and environmental pollution. Hence, the EED problem with the availability of random wind power is investigated in this paper. Due to the uncertain nature of wind speed, the Weibull probability distribution function is used to model the random wind power. In order to improve the search ability, TLDE divides the population into two layers according to the fitness ranking, and individuals in the two layers are treated differently to fully investigate their own potential. The two layers can cooperate with each other to further enhance the search performance by utilizing an information sharing strategy. Also, an adaptive restart scheme is introduced to avoid falling into stagnation. The performance of the proposed TLDE is testified on the 40 units system with 2 modified wind turbines. The experimental results demonstrate that the TLDE method can achieve precise dispatch strategy in EED problem with random wind power.

Md. Ashaduzzaman Niloy ◽  
Faisal Hossain Reevu ◽  
Abrar Yeaser ◽  
Rubaiyat Islam Shupty ◽  
Abrar Shahriar Pramanik

Energy ◽  
2021 ◽  
pp. 122715
Xiongmin Tang ◽  
Zhengshuo Li ◽  
Xuancong Xu ◽  
Zhijun Zeng ◽  
Tianhong Jiang ◽  

Mathematics ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 9 (21) ◽  
pp. 2770
Mokhtar Said ◽  
Ali M. El-Rifaie ◽  
Mohamed A. Tolba ◽  
Essam H. Houssein ◽  
Sanchari Deb

Economic Load Dispatch (ELD) is a complicated and demanding problem for power engineers. ELD relates to the minimization of the economic cost of production, thereby allocating the produced power by each unit in the most possible economic manner. In recent years, emphasis has been laid on minimization of emissions, in addition to cost, resulting in the Combined Economic and Emission Dispatch (CEED) problem. The solutions of the ELD and CEED problems are mostly dominated by metaheuristics. The performance of the Chameleon Swarm Algorithm (CSA) for solving the ELD problem was tested in this work. CSA mimics the hunting and food searching mechanism of chameleons. This algorithm takes into account the dynamics of food hunting of the chameleon on trees, deserts, and near swamps. The performance of the aforementioned algorithm was compared with a number of advanced algorithms in solving the ELD and CEED problems, such as Sine Cosine Algorithm (SCA), Grey Wolf Optimization (GWO), and Earth Worm Algorithm (EWA). The simulated results established the efficacy of the proposed CSA algorithm. The power mismatch factor is the main item in ELD problems. The best value of this factor must tend to nearly zero. The CSA algorithm achieves the best power mismatch values of 3.16 × 10−13, 4.16 × 10−12 and 1.28 × 10−12 for demand loads of 700, 1000, and 1200 MW, respectively, of the ELD problem. The CSA algorithm achieves the best power mismatch values of 6.41 × 10−13 , 8.92 × 10−13 and 1.68 × 10−12 for demand loads of 700, 1000, and 1200 MW, respectively, of the CEED problem. Thus, the CSA algorithm was found to be superior to the algorithms compared in this work.

2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (5) ◽  
pp. 7585-7590
G. A. Alshammari ◽  
F. A. Alshammari ◽  
T. Guesmi ◽  
B. M. Alshammari ◽  
A. S. Alshammari ◽  

Power dispatch has become an important issue due to the high integration of Wind Power (WP) in power grids. Within this context, this paper presents a new Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) based strategy for solving the stochastic Economic Emission Dispatch Problem (EEDP). This problem was solved considering several constraints such as power balance, generation limits, and Valve Point Loading Effects (VPLEs). The power balance constraint is described by a chance constraint to consider the impact of WP intermittency on the EEDP solution. In this study, the chance constraint represents the tolerance that the power balance constraint cannot meet. The suggested framework was successfully evaluated on a ten-unit system. The problem was solved for various threshold tolerances to study further the impact of WP penetration.

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