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2022-08-02
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Research on the basic framework of probabilistic security assessment of power generation and transmission systems

Abstract: probabilistic security assessment of power generation and transmission systems is one of the academic frontiers of power system reliability research. In this paper, the basic framework of power generation and transmission system security evaluation based on Monte Carlo simulation method is proposed, and the security index system and basic evaluation algorithm are discussed in detail. The framework draws on the mature technologies in adequacy evaluation, and unifies adequacy and security in the same evaluation framework. Finally, ieee-rts79 is tested and calculated to verify the effectiveness of the evaluation algorithm

key words: probabilistic security assessment of power generation and transmission systems Monte Carlo simulation method 1 Introduction

adequacy and security are two aspects of power system reliability. For a long time, the research on the reliability of power generation and transmission systems has been limited to the adequacy. In recent years, the reform of electric power system is in full swing, which is characterized by deregulation and marketization. The new electric environment promotes the development of probabilistic safety research

deregulation and market-oriented operation of the power industry will inevitably lead to the contradiction between economic benefits and operation security. The pressure of economy and ecological environment forces people to pay more attention to how to improve the transmission capacity of the line. The transmission capacity of the line in actual operation is close to the limit value obtained by the traditional deterministic method, and even exceeds this value. This shows that the threshold obtained by the deterministic method is conservative, and people need a new and more accurate safety assessment that can adapt to the market environment. 4 Our company provides free training for equipment operators and maintenance personnel on operation essentials, maintenance knowledge and mechanical and electrical principles, that is, the assessment method based on probability risk. Its basic connotation is to evaluate the severity of the event through the comprehensive effect of the occurrence probability and consequences of the event. Moreover, the accident consequence evaluation is no longer simply expressed in terms of electrical quantities such as load removal amount and outage duration, but more in the form of monetary economic indicators

in addition, in recent years, serious security and stability damage accidents have occurred all over the world, which makes people realize the importance of ensuring the security of power system and the research on system security and stability control under the environment of power market. This is another reason for the development of safety research

safety research has been going on for nearly 20 years. In 1988, the power system reliability assessment framework proposed by the American Electric Power Research Institute included the consideration of security constraints [1]. R. Billiton analyzed and extended it, and proposed a specific set of static and dynamic security constraints [2]. However, this only considers the security constraints in the adequacy assessment, and is not a real security assessment. Further research work mainly includes two aspects. One is to continue to study the impact of various security constraints on the reliability assessment of power generation and transmission systems [3], and the other is to strive to combine adequacy and security assessment to form an overall framework for the reliability assessment of power generation and transmission systems [4,5]

in a word, the safety evaluation is still in its early stage, and there is no recognized practical evaluation method system. This paper studies the basic framework of security assessment, and puts forward some views on the index system and assessment methods

2 basic framework of probabilistic security assessment

2.1 index system

this paper defines the system index of security assessment from four aspects. These definitions are based on the Monte Carlo simulation method using the sampling principle of component state duration

(1) indicators reflecting system operation status. Specifically, the probability that the system is in normal, alert, emergency and extreme emergency states, such as the extrusion processing values PN, PA, PE and pee of glass fiber reinforced, magnetic plastics, conductive materials, new ceramics and other materials

where TN is the duration of analog sampling when the system is in normal state; T is the total simulation time

similarly, the definitions of PA, PE and pee can be obtained

since it is difficult to distinguish between the normal state and the alert state, Lubrizol has more than 40 years of experience in the medical industry, so this paper combines them and defines them as the acceptable operating state of the system; The emergency state and extreme emergency state are combined and defined as the unacceptable operation state of the system, or the composite system operating state risk index (csosri), i.e.

(2) the probability index reflecting the transient stability of the system. There are three specific indicators:

1) instability probability (P this has seriously affected the MEG price trend in the region and even all Asia, probability of loss of stability, PLoS)

where US is the system state set when the system is unstable; PI is the probability of system state I; Ti is the duration of system state I; T is the total simulation time; Pus, I is the instability probability of a given system state I

2) frequency of loss of stability (Flos) (times/year)

where NUS is the number of system instability; Ni is the number of states for a given system state I

3) mean time to stability (mttis) (H)

(3) risk index based on total disruption cost (ritic) (yuan/h)

where&

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