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A MIQCP formulation to solve the unit commitment problem for large-scale power systems
JOSE LUIS CECILIANO MEZA
JUAN ALVAREZ LOPEZ
ROLANDO NIEVA GOMEZ
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3-Dec-2011
A mixed integer quadratically constrained program to solve the unit commitment problem is presented. It is the most complete model found in the literature until now and it can be used to solve real-life, large-scale power systems. The model considers thermal conventional plants, independent power producers, interruptible loads, and a simplified representation of combined cycle plants and hybrid combined cycle plants using the aggregated model. The objective function includes variable generation costs and fixed start-up costs. Important constraints like spinning reserve, power flows in tie-lines, and quadratic fuel consumption constraints are included, among others. Also, the status of every single unit is considered; if the unit is available, if the unit can be committed, and if the unit can be dispatched.
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