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Réduction d'un modèle de système électrique pour des études technico-économiques

Abstract : The simulation of complex processes in large scale power systems needs the reduction of the problem. How to reduce the spatial complexity of a large scale power network while minimizing information loss? To answer this question we have divided this work in three main steps: 1) network buses aggregation; 2) modelling of the clusters' links; 3) defining the equivalent branches maximum exchange capacity.The bus aggregations in a cluster implies that it will be treated as a coppper-plate by the market model. Therefore, the most frequent network congestions must be identified ideally placed at the clusters frontiers. After the reduction, the same power flow repartition must be found in both reduced and complete model. To do that, a methodology to define a PTDF matrix was developed. For economic purpose studies, the branches maximum capacity is a key parameter, to define this value, a methodology is proposed that estimates the equivalent transmission capacities using historical system operating set points.These approaches were applied to the European transmission network and allowed to define a reduced model that minimises the information loss.
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Nuno Pinto Marinho. Réduction d'un modèle de système électrique pour des études technico-économiques. Autre. Université Paris Saclay (COmUE), 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018SACLC051⟩. ⟨tel-01850012⟩

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