Xu, Lizhong3; Yang, Guangya1; Xu, Zhao4; Bao, Zhe Jing3; Jiang, Quan Yuan3; Cao, Yi Jia3; Østergaard, Jacob1
1 Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark2 Center for Electric Power and Energy, Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark3 Zhejiang University4 Hong Kong Polytechnic University
This paper develops a coordinated electricity and heat dispatching model for Microgrid under day-ahead environment. In addition to operational constraints, network loss and physical limits are addressed in this model, which are always ignored in previous work. As an important component of Microgrid, detailed combined heat and power (CHP) model is developed. The part load performance of CHP is modeled by curve fitting method. Furthermore, electric heater is introduced into the model to improve the economy of Microgrid operation and enhance the flexibility of the Microgrid by electricity-heat conversion. Particle swarm optimization (PSO) is employed to solve this model for the operation schedule to minimize the total operational cost of Microgrid by coordinating the CHP, electric heater, boiler and heat storage. The efficacy of the model and methodology is verified with different operation scenarios.
Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control, 2013, Vol 35, Issue 1, p. 44-55