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Forum Session: Power Systems Operations

Forum Session: Power Systems Operations

Eight forum sessions have been organized with each one containing papers from related disciplines.

Forum sessions at the 2016 IEEE PES T&D Conference & Expo provide an opportunity to learn more about the best conference papers presented at the conference. Eight forum sessions have been organized with each one containing papers from related disciplines. Presenters in each themed session will speak on their paper. Following all presentations, these experts will be in the room with a poster for a more direct and personal discussion with attendees.

Power Systems Operations will be presented on Tuesday, May 3, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. with the following topics:

TD0010, Dynamic Economic Dispatch for Microgrids: A Fully Distributed Approach
W. Zheng, Tsinghua University
W. Wu, Tsinghua University
B. Zhang, Tsinghua University
H. Sun, Tsinghua University
Q. Guo, Tsinghua University
C. Lin, Tsinghua University

TD0043, A Comprehensive Comparison of Current Operating Reserve Methodologies
I. Krad, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
E. Ibanez, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
W. Gao, University of Denver

TD0056, Wind Power Ramping Product for Increasing Power System Flexibility
M. Cui, School of Electrical Engineering, Wuhan University
J. Zhang, University of Texas at Dallas
H. Wu, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
B. Hodge, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
D. Ke, School of Electrical Engineering, Wuhan University
Y. Sun, School of Electrical Engineering, Wuhan University

TD0111, Experimental Study of Battery Energy Storage Systems Participating in Grid Frequency Regulation
Y. K im, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

TD0120, Impacts of Short-term Solar Power Forecasts in System Operations
E. Ibanez, GE Energy Consulting
I. Krad, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
E. Ela, Electric Power Research Institute
B. Hodge, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

TD0137, A New Co-optimization Model for Grid Scale Storage Units in Energy and Frequency Regulation Markets
A. Arabali, LCG Consulting
B. Asghari, NEC LABS America, Inc.
R. Sharma, NEC LABS America, Inc.

TD0179, Outage Evaluation Integrated with Multi-time Network Study in Energy Management Systems
S. Zhang, Alstom Grid
W. Qiu, Alstom Grid
W. Wang, Alstom Grid
D. Hwang, Alstom Grid
F. F u r i g a y, Florida Power & Light
J. Casanova, Florida Power & Light

TD0188, Impacts of Rooftop Solar Panels on Network Reconfiguration Problem
G. Poyrazoglu, The State University of New York at Buffalo

TD0277, Managing Uncertainties in Multi-Market Environment: A Risk-related Approach
Y. Song, The University of Hong Kong
J. Zhong, The University of Hong Kong

TD0309, Chance Constraint Based Risk-aware Optimal Power Flow for Cascading Failure Prevention
C. Luo, Wuhan University
J. Yang, Wuhan University
Y. Tang, University of Rhode Island
H. He, University of Rhode Island
M. Liu, China Electric Power Research Institute Beijing

TD0380, Probabilistic Impact of Transmission Line Switching on Power System Operating States
P. Dehghanian, Texas A&M University
M. Kezunovic, Texas A&M University

TD0385, Stochastic Unit Commitment Based on ARIMA Scenario Generation and Reduction
G. Zhang, Iowa State University
W. Li, Iowa State University

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