A Multi-Dimensional Holomorphic Embedding Method to Solve AC Power Flows

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Abstract

It is well-known that ac power flows of a power system do not have a closed-form analytical solution in general. This paper proposes a multi-dimensional holomorphic embedding method that derives analytical multivariate power series to approach true power flow solutions. This method embeds multiple independent variables into power flow equations and hence, can, respectively, scale power injections or consumptions of selected buses or groups of buses. Then, via a physical germ solution, the method can represent each bus voltage as a multivariate power series about symbolic variables on the system condition so as to derive approximate analytical power flow solutions. This method has a non-iterative mechanism unlike the traditional numerical methods for power flow calculation. Its solution can be derived offline and then evaluated in real time by plugging values into symbolic variables according to the actual condition, so the method fits better into online applications, such as voltage stability assessment. The method is first illustrated in detail on a 4-bus power system and then demonstrated on the IEEE 14-bus power system considering independent load variations in four regions.
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It is well-known that ac power flows of a power system do not have a closed-form analytical solution in general. This paper proposes a multi-dimensional holomorphic embedding method that derives analytical multivariate power series to approach true power flow solutions. This method embeds multiple independent variables into power flow equations and hence, can, respectively, scale power injections or consumptions of selected buses or groups of buses. Then, via a physical germ solution, the method can represent each bus voltage as a multivariate power series about symbolic variables on the system condition so as to derive approximate analytical power flow solutions. This method has a non-iterative mechanism unlike the traditional numerical methods for power flow calculation. Its solution can be derived offline and then evaluated in real time by plugging values into symbolic variables according to the actual condition, so the method fits better into online applications, such as voltage stability assessment. The method is first illustrated in detail on a 4-bus power system and then demonstrated on the IEEE 14-bus power system considering independent load variations in four regions.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftIEEE Access
Volume/Bind5
Sider (fra-til)25270 - 25285
Antal sider16
ISSN2169-3536
DOI
StatusUdgivet - nov. 2017
PublikationsartForskning
Peer reviewJa

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