Multi-Objective Zonal Reactive Power Market Clearing Model for Improving Voltage Stability in Electricity Markets Using HFMOEA
This paper presents a development of a new multi-objective zonal reactive power market clearing (ZRPMC-VS) model for improving voltage stability of power system. In proposed multi-objective ZRPMC-VS model, two objective functions such as total payment function (TPF) for rective power support from generators and syncronus condensers and voltage stability enhancement index (VSEI) are optimized symultanously by satisfying various power system constraints using hybrid fuzzy multi-objective evolutionary algorithm (HFMOEA). The results obtained using HFMOEA are comapared with a well known NSGA-II solution technique. This analysis helps the independent system operators (ISO) to take better decisions in clearing the reactive power market in competetive market environment.
KeywordsZonal reactive power market reactive power market clearing prices hybrid fuzzy multi-objective evolutionary algorithms
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