Scheduling electric power production at a wind farm
We present a model for scheduling power generation at a wind farm, and introduce a particle swarm optimization algorithm with a small world network structure to solve the model. The solution generated by the algorithm defines the operational status of wind turbines for a scheduling horizon selected by a decision maker. Different operational scenarios are constructed based on time series data of electricity price, grid demand, and wind speed. The computational results provide insights into management of a wind farm.
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