Application of Constriction Factor Particle Swarm Optimization to Optimum Load Shedding in Power System

Ahmad Reza Malekpour, Ali Reza Seifi

Abstract


Load shedding is an important action during contingency situations in electrical power systems. This paper presents a new application of constriction factor particle swarm optimization (CPSO) technique for solving the steady state load shedding (SSLS) problem, due to capacity deficiency conditions caused by unscheduled outages in the bulk generation and transmission system. The problem is formulated to minimize the sum of curtailed load in contingency situations and restore the power system to its normal security and operation conditions. The feasibility of the proposed approach is demonstrated and compared with genetic algorithm (GA) in terms of solution quality and convergence properties over realistic test systems.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/mas.v4n7p188

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