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01-06-2015 | Issue 2/2015

Optimization and Engineering 2/2015

A new predictor–corrector method for optimal power flow

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Optimization and Engineering > Issue 2/2015
Authors:
Roy Wilhelm Probst, Aurelio Ribeiro Leite Oliveira
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This research was partially sponsored by the Foundation for the Support of Research of the State of São Paulo (FAPESP) and the Brazilian Council for the Development of Science and Technology (CNPq).

Abstract

A predictor–corrector interior-point method is developed in order to deal with the AC active and reactive optimal power flow problem. Voltage rectangular coordinates are adopted instead of polar ones, since they allow nonlinear corrections for the primal and dual feasibility conditions and not only for the complementary constraints as in the traditional nonlinear programming methods. A new heuristic is proposed to handle voltage magnitude constraints. Computational experiments for IEEE test systems and a real Brazilian system are presented and show the advantages of the proposed approach.

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