Part of #An atrificial intelligent decision making based methodology for disconnection/connection policy in emergency conditions# :
Publishing year : 1990
Conference : Fifth International Power Conference
Number of pages : 6
Abstract: In this paper, a dynamic time tableling or disconnection or connection of a different consumption region in the emergency conditions of power dispatching systems in a study as a real-time decision making problem. The decision making is based on the weighting of some of the main factors such as population and the number or area of hospitals, high buildings, …. And the raring a + the effects a + these factors in the considered decisions.
In the methodology introduced, different methods of consumptions are considered as alternative methods that are candidates to overcome the problem of outages in an urgent condition. The various possible obligations are sorted in descending priorities, depending on the decision factors calculated for each commitment, based on their weight and their effect rates in the decisions. And then the appro priate commitment is selected depending on the available power in mega watts. A system of 5 power generating plants and 5 consumption regions is simulated using a digital simulator, …. Tion of stochastic systems to demonstrate the use of the introduced methodology in a time problem.