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Intraday multi-objective hierarchical coordinated operation of a multi-energy system

Li, Peng, Guo, Tianyu, Abeysekera, Muditha, Wu, Jianzhong, Han, Zhonghe, Wang, Zixuan, Yin, Yunxing and Zhou, Fengquan 2021. Intraday multi-objective hierarchical coordinated operation of a multi-energy system. Energy 228 , 120528. 10.1016/j.energy.2021.120528

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Abstract

An intraday, multi-objective, hierarchical and coordinated operation scheduling method for a multi-energy system (MES), which uses 15-min and 5-min scheduling intervals for different energy subsystems, is proposed. According to the characteristics of MES and the response time of energy conversion equipment, energy subsystems are dispatched on different dispatch intervals instead of unified dispatch intervals to dispatch energy subsystems. In a case study, the prediction error rate for a load is 5% and 2% when the dispatch interval is 15 min and 5 min, respectively; the prediction error rates for wind and solar energy output are 10% and 5%, respectively. Dispatching different subsystems with different intervals according to their characteristics reduces the impact of source and load uncertainties, which improves energy management. Multi-energy power dispatch considers exergy efficiency and the operation cost to improve the utilization energy efficiency. The Tchebycheff method, which considers the fuzzy entropy weight, is employed to balance the objectives between highest exergy efficiency and lowest operation cost. Numerical studies demonstrate that the operation cost of a multi-objective system is ¥500.8877 higher than that of a system with the objective of lowest operation cost. The exergy efficiency is increased by 3.94%, and the operation cost, which is reduced by ¥1706.9606, is 2.13% lower than that for the objective of highest exergy efficiency. Thus, the proposed method can balance the objectives between highest exergy efficiency and lowest operation cost. These findings provide a multi-dimensional dispatch scheme for dispatchers and highlight the development potential of an MES.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Engineering
Publisher: Elsevier
ISSN: 0360-5442
Date of Acceptance: 28 March 2021
Last Modified: 07 May 2021 12:45
URI: http://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/140964

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