A framework for incorporation of infeed uncertainty in power system risk-based security assessment

A framework for incorporation of infeed uncertainty in power system risk-based security assessment

A framework for incorporation of infeed uncertainty in power system risk-based security assessment

 

Abstract—

In this paper a risk-based security assessment (RBSA) methodology is presented which allows the assessment of operational security of a power system’s future state under
uncertainty deriving from varying topology scenarios (contingencies) and forecast errors (loads and renewable infeeds). The methodology models input uncertainty with a copula function based Monte-Carlo (MC) framework. Further, it provides the highest level of accuracy on initiating causes of failures through an AC power flow (AC PF) framework. Finally, it achieves speed in solution by the combination of two measures of risk. A fast screening tool, based on severity functions, allows to quickly screen the system for the most severe states. A detailed analysis tool, based on an AC optimal power flow (AC OPF) framework and the notion of lost load, provides additional valuable information, including remedial actions to steer away from severe system states. The paper presents results from the application of the methodology proving the necessity of such a framework. It is shown that not taking into account stochastic dependence through a proper MC setup seriously underestimates system risk and that an AC framework is needed, as voltage deviations are shown to often be initiators of system collapse.

 

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